BiographyIts childhood, Jean-Marie Apostolidès tells it in her novel " The audience" where it describes the provincial France, Catholique and middle-class woman of the years 1950-1960, in which it grows. The novel is articulated around " the episode mineur" of its meeting with the pope Pie XII, after which he will completely forsake the religion to devote himself to the theater.
In the years 1980, he becomes professor at the university of Harvard, with the the United States, where he teaches the French literature and the theater. He teaches then these same matters at the university of Stanford, always with the the United States.
By doing this, it publishes many works, mainly tests. He is a specialist in Tintin and Situationnistes, two subjects by the way of which he published a big number of books, in particular " Metamorphoses of Tintin" and " Tombs of Guy Debord".
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