Jean-Louis Schefer

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Jean-Louis Schefer (1938) is a scholar of art history, theology, philosophy, music, and linguistics, as well as an author of fiction.


  • Le déluge, la peste: Paolo Uccello, Paris: Galilée, 1976.
    • The Deluge, The Plague: Paolo Uccello, trans. & intro. Tom Conley, University of Michigan Press, 1995, xi+144+[8] pp. (English)
    • Paolo Uccello, Potop: razprava, trans. Matej Leskovar, Koper: Hyperion, 2006, 171+[8]. (Slovenian)
  • L'homme ordinaire du cinéma, Paris: Gallimard, 1980, 231 pp.
    • L'uomo comune del cinema, trans. Michele Canosa, Macerata: Quodlibet, 2006, 197 pp. (Italian)
    • Eiga o miniyuku futsū no otoko : eiga no yoru to sensō, trans. Takashi Nibuya, Tokyo: Gendaishichōshinsha, 2012, 344 pp. (Japanese)
    • The Ordinary Man of Cinema, intro. Max Cavitch, trans. Max Cavitch, Noura Wedell and Paul Grant, New York: Semiotext(e), forthcoming 2016. [1] (English)
  • The Enigmatic Body: Essays on the Arts, ed. & trans. Paul Smith, Cambridge University Press, 1995, xxii+186 pp. Excerpt. [2] [3] Review: Mandoki (Film-Phil 1998). (English)
  • 10 texts by Schefer translated and introduced by Paul Smith, n.d. (English)
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