Macaire le Copte

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Macaire le Copte is a novel by François Weyergans. It was first published in Paris in 1981 by Gallimard. This book won the Prix Victor-Rossel in 1981[1] and the Prix des Deux Magots in 1982.[2] The story is set in fourth century Egypt.[3]



  • French XX Bibliography, issue 38, volume 8, p 8726
  • Pascal Ruffenach, "Des bords du désert jusqu'à son centre" (1981) Quinzaine littéraire, issue 358, p 9 Google Books
  • Bulletin critique du livre français, 1982 issues 433-438, page 117426 Google Books
  • Francois Nourissier, "Weyergans, une nouvelle métamorphose" (1981) Le Figaro Magazine, issue 139, p 52 Google Books
  • (1982) 56 World Literature Today 646 Google Books
  1. Francofonia, Editrice CLUEB, 1981, volumes 1-3, p 177 Google Books; Livres hebdo, 1981, Volume 3, Issue 12, p 64 Google Books
  2. Pierre Jourde and Ulf Andersen. 40 ans de rentrée littéraire. Anabet. 2010. p 54. Google Books.
  3. Bulletin of Selected Books, Pen International, 1982, volumes 32-35, p 14 Google Books: [1] [2]

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