Bruckner, Pascal (1948- )
Scope:
The Pascal Bruckner collection includes manuscripts, printed material, and other items.

Manuscripts by Bruckner in the collection include Qui de nous deux inventa l’autre? (nonfiction, Gallimard, 1988); Le divin enfant (novel, Seuil, 1992); La tentation de l'innocence (nonfiction, Seuil, 1995); Les Voleurs de Beaute (novel, Grasset, 1997); Les Ogres Anonymes: Suivi de, L'Effaceur: Deux Contes (Grasset, 1998); Misère de la prospérité: la religion marchande et ses ennemis (nonfiction, Grasset, 2002); L'amour du prochain (novel, Grasset, 2004); Rajouli; and Le Pere Noël.  Also present are manuscripts for two essays by Bruckner, “Rapport sul le scenario de Lines de Fiel,” and “Faut-il etro cosmopolite?”

Printed material in the collection includes a collection of newspaper clippings and photocopied articles regarding France and the Bosnian/Sebian conflict (1993-1994), as well as clippings and articles regarding Bruckner and Samuel Huntington’s book The Clash of Civilizations.

Other items in the collection include diaries and notes by Bruckner.
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Notable Figures
1. Bruckner, Pascal
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide
2. Authors, French -- Diaries
3. Authors, French
4. French literature – 20th century
5. Diaries