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Jean Sénac Born 1926 Béni-Saf, Algeria Died 1973 Algiers, Algeria Occupation Author, Poet Jean Sénac (1926–1973) Born of an unknown father in Béni-Saf in the Oran region of Algeria, the "poet who signed with a sun", was murdered in Algiers on August 30, 1973. His murder remains unsolved. Besides his poems and writings, he was renowned for a long-running relationship and correspondences with Albert Camus. A portion of his papers are stored at the City Archives in Marseille, France. Contents 1 Career 1.1 Friendship with Albert Camus 2 Selected works 2.1 Poetry 2.2 Autobiography 2.3 Essays 3 Works About Jean Sénac 4 Films About Jean Sénac Career Jean Sénac was an Algerian francophone poet who remained strongly attached to his Algerian nationality despite the French exodus from Algeria in the aftermath of the war of liberation. His poems were largely songs of revolution, which he hoped would help create a world of beauty and brotherhood in an Algeria that was open to all cultures. His own struggles were strongly linked with his quest to better Algeria through poetry: a profound search for identity, both personal and cultural and his struggle to find acceptance in his homosexuality plagued him throughout his life; "This poor body also/ Wants its war of independence", he once wrote. Sénac was a great admirer of the work of such poets as Gérard de Nerval, Arthur Rimbaud, Antonin Artaud and Jean Genêt. Friendship with Albert Camus Jean Sénac had a long-running friendship with French Algerian-born writer and Literary Nobel Prize laureate Albert Camus that lasted from 1947 to 1958. The contents of the letters remain mostly unknown, although Hamid Nacer-Khodja published a few and wrote about the history of the friendship in his essay Le Fils rebelle. many correspondences are of a literary nature, but some also discuss the independence movement in Algeria. In April 1958 broke relations with Albert Camus on a sour note blaming him for not supporting the plight of an Algerian student named Taleb exevcuted for his political activities against the French. He did not communicate further with Camus from that day on until Camus' death early 1960. Selected works Poetry Poèmes, preface by René Char, Paris, collection Espoir run by Albert Camus, Gallimard, 1954. Matinale de mon peuple, following portions of Diwan de l'État-Major and Diwan espagnol, preface by Mostefa Lacheraf, drawings by Abdallah Benanteur, Rodez, Subervie, 1961. La Rose et l'ortie, engraved slates by Mohammed Khadda, Paris-Alger, Cahiers du monde intérieur, Rhumbs, 1964. Citoyens de beauté, Rodez, Subervie, 1967; Charlieu, La Bartavelle éditeur, 1997. Avant-Corps, including Poèmes iliaques follow-up to Diwan du Noûn, Paris, Gallimard, 1968. Les Désordres,[poems written between 1953 and 1956], Paris, Librairie Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 1972. A-Corpoème, unpublished poems, following Les Désordres, and preceding Jean Sénac, Poète pour habiter son nom, essay by Jean Déjeux, Paris, Editions Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 1981 (ISBN 2243016827). Dérisions et Vertiges, trouvures, preface by Jamel Eddine Bencheikh, cover design by Abdallah Benanteur, Arles, Actes Sud, 1983 (ISBN 2903098611). Le Mythe du sperme - Méditerranée, Arles, Actes Sud, 1984 (ISBN 2903098913). Œuvres poétiques,preface of René de Ceccatty, end notes by Hamid Nacer-Khodja, Editions Actes/Sud, 1999 [collection of 15 articles about the poet]. Pour une terre possible, collected texts, notes, prefaces, a biography and bibliography by Hamid Nacer-Khodja, edition established by Marie Virolle, Paris, Marsa, 1999 [collection of unpublished poems and various writings, political texts, witness reports, literary critiques, arts, correspondances, mostly unpublished]. Autobiography Ebauche du père, preface by Rabah Belamri, Paris, Gallimard, 1982 (ISBN 2070714128). Essays Le Soleil sous les armes, Eléments d'une poésie de la résistance algérienne, Rodez, Subervie, 1957. Anthologie de la nouvelle poésie algérienne, essai et choix de Jean Sénac, Poésie 1, n° 14, Paris, Librairie Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 1971. Journal (janvier-juillet 1954), suivi de Les Leçons d'Edgar, Pézenas, Le Haut-Quartier, collection Méditerranée vivante, Edmond Charlot editor, 1983 (ISBN 290482300X); Saint-Denis, Novetlé, with a preface of Jean Pélégri, 1996. Visages d'Algérie, Ecrits sur l'art, texts collected by Hamid Nacer-Khodja, preface by Guy Dugas, [writings notably of Mohamed Aksouh, Abdallah Benanteur, Baya, Sauveur Galliéro, Mohammed Khadda, Jean de Maisonseul, Maria Manton, Denis Martinez, Louis Nallard], Paris, Paris-Méditerranée / Alger, EDIF 2000, 2002 (ISBN 28427215X). Works About Jean Sénac Jamel-Eddine Bencheikh, L'Homme-poème Jean Sénac (poem), Actes/Sud. Jean-Pierre Péroncel-Hugoz, Assassinat d'un poète, followed by an unpublished text of Jean Sénac, Heures de mon adolescence, preface by Tahar Ben Jelloun, Marseille, Editions Jeanne Laffitte, 1983 (ISBN 2866040031). Poésie au Sud, Jean Sénac et la nouvelle poésie algérienne d'expression française [many unpublished materials], Archives de la Ville de Marseille, 1983. Le Soleil fraternel, Jean Sénac et la nouvelle poésie algérienne d'expression française (Notes from Rencontres Méditerranéennes de Provence, 1983), Marseille, Editions Jeanne Lafitte, 1985 (ISBN 2866040120). Rabah Belamri, Jean Sénac, entre désir et douleur, Etude et choix de textes, Alger, Office des Publications Universitaires, 1989. Hommage à Jean Sénac, Paris, Awal, n° 10, 1993. Jamel-Eddine Bencheikh et Christiane Chaulet Achour, Jean Sénac: clandestin des deux rives, Paris, Editions Séguier, 1999. Dominique Le Boucher, Les deux Jean; Jean Sénac, l'homme soleil, Jean Pélégri, l'homme caillou (correspondance 1962-1973, unpublised poem), Montpellier, Chèvre-feuille étoilée, et Alger, Barzakh, 2002 (ISBN 2914467052). Nicole Tuccelli and Emile Temime, Jean Sénac, l'Algérien, preface by Jean Daniel, Paris, Editions Autrement, 2003. Hamid Nacer-Khodja, Albert Camus, Jean Sénac, ou le fils rebelle, preface by Guy Dugas, Paris, Editions Paris-Méditerranée, et Alger, EDIF 2000, 2004 (ISBN 284272206X). Bernard Mazo, Jean Sénac, Aden, 2005. Films About Jean Sénac Ali Akika, Jean Sénac, Le forgeron du soleil, 58 mn, Paris, Productions La Lanterne, 2003. Abdelkrim Bahloul, Le soleil assassiné,85 mn, coproduction Franco-Belge,Pierre Grise Productions,2004. Persondata Name Senac, Jean Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Béni-Saf, Algeria Date of death Place of death Algiers, Algeria