Jean Raspail (1925) received popularity as a French book writer and explorer. His books focus mostly on historically known individuals and cultural backgrounds. He also received two popular awards namely the Grand Prix De Literature and Grand Prix Du Roman. His best-known novel published in 1973 named The Camp of the Saints who addressed third world immigration to Europe attracted significant social-political attention. Raspail attended a private-public school in Saint-Jean de Passy, Paris. Also, the Institution Sainte-Marie d’Antonyand the École Des Roches in Verneuil-Sur-Avre. His traditional Catholic background created a motivation to publish a diversity of utopian books. He particularly enjoyed writing about liberalism and communism. Raspail resides in Paris.
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