Marie Bardiaux-Vaiente is a scriptwriter, a doctor of history, an activist for the universal abolition of the death penalty, and a feminist. She testifies to all of her various passions and interests through her work as a writer, as shown by Fille d'Œdipe (6 pieds sous terre), Les Reines de sang (Delcourt) or her collaboration with the Féministes collective. She is the writer of Glénat's L'Abolition, dedicated to Robert Badinter's fight for the abolition of the death penalty, and of L'Enfer est vide, tous les démons sont ici about the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
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