Didier Eribon born 10 July is a French author and philosopher, and a historian of French intellectual life. He lives in Paris. Didier Eribon was born in Reims  into a working-class family. He was the first in his family to finish secondary education and abandon his working-class identity. He credits his mother with helping him achieve this; a factory worker, she had to work overtime to be able to pay for his education.
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He reviewed books in the fields of philosophy and social sciences. His memoir Returning to Reims has had an influence beyond the field of sociology. Additionally, the book was adapted for the stage by Laurent Hatat , in a play that debuted at the Festival Avignon in July Eribon is the recipient of the Brudner Prize.
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