Doctor, neuro-linguist, novelist, poet, playwright and essayist.  Obtain the PCB at the Faculty of Sciences of Paris – 1960. Studied Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of Paris. Doctor in Linguistics – 1975.  Doctor of Medicine – 1970. Attended the Lycée Pinchinat in Jacmel. Currently providing medical care at the Hospitals of Paris at the Hospital Emile Roux, as a neurologist specialized in speech disorders.  Laureate of the Academy of Medicine in 1973, 1976, 1984. Awarded three literary prizes in 1982, 1984 and 1991. Professor of mathematics at Lycée Célie – 1957 to 1959. Professor at the College of Medicine of the Paris Hospitals.  Known for poetry and plays such as Singing Pipirite . Paris: Maurice Nadeau, 1978; and other poems.  


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