Jean Anouilh (1910 – 1987) was a French dramatist, best known for his 1943 play Antigone.
Melinda Camber Porter in conversation with Jean Anouilh:
"Nowadays, imbeciles think intelligently; one can appear to be intelligent in modern terms while remaining essentially stupid. The intellect has been popularized and mass produced. Once, it was reserved for the innately intelligent people." - Jean Anouilh, from "Jean Anouilh, a playwright in exile." [PDF], Excerpted from: The Times [London] 28 January, 1976.
Melinda Camber Porter on Jean Anouilh's L'Arrestation: