'Louis CARETTE dit Félicien MARCEAU
de l'Académie française 1913 – 2012'
Félicien Marceau was a French playwright and novelist born in Belgium. His most noted play is L'Œuf (1956), which is developed from his novel Chair et cuir (1951). His novel Creezy (1969) won the Goncourt on its year of publication: it concerns a cover girl and a député who are deeply in love but whose relationship backfires, and Marceau described it as a very modern story. The grave is in the Cimetière ancien de Neuilly.