Lambert Schlechter (b. 1941) has published some 25 books. His work includes poetry, novels, short stories, and essays. Since 2006 he has worked on a prose project titled “Le Murmure du monde,” a collection of literary, philosophical, and autobiographical fragments. Schlechter studied philosophy and literature in Paris and Nancy before teaching philosophy, French language, and literature at the Lycée Classique in Echternach. He was vice president of the Luxembourg section of Amnesty International, Luxembourg, and representative in the International Service for Human Rights in Geneva.
March 17: Francophone Literature and Society
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