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Claude Simon

Age: 91

Nobel Prize–winning French novelist who was a leader of the nouveau roman (new novel) movement. His challenging books, which include La Route de Flandres (The Flanders Road), shunned convention, lacking plot and punctuation.

Died: Paris, July 6, 2005

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