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He was born in Corfu, Greece and worked as a civil servant for various international organizations, such as the International Labour Organization. He took the Swiss nationality in 1919. He died in Geneva, Switzerland.
His masterpiece, Belle du Seigneur , is a novel about Solal, a handsome and successful civil servant of the League of Nations, engaged in a passionate, cruel and yet realistic love affair with Ariane d'Auble.
- Paroles juives - (1921)
- Solal - (1930)
- Mangeclous - (1938)
- Le livre de ma mère - (1954)
- Belle du Seigneur - (1968)
- Les valeureux - (1970)
- Ô vous, frères humains - (1972)
- Atelier Albert Cohen, in French only
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