- The French feminist writer Benoîte Groult is deceased at the age of 96. That has notified her family Tuesday, reports Le Monde.
Groult debuted in 1962 with the written along with her four years younger sister Flora Journal à quatre mains (Journal for four hands), followed by Le féminin pluriel and Il était deux fois. Her first novel, La part des choses (Life as it is) appeared in 1972 and was about the relationships between men and women.
Her fame was limited mostly to France, until released in 1988 Les vaisseaux du coeur (Salt on my skin). Groult describes it in the first person a wild sex affair with a fisherman. Now ranks the book, which was filmed by Andrew Birkin in 1992, to the classics of erotic literature.
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In France Groult was honored Officer of the Legion of Honour.