The hills of Le Havre appear in many works.

In A Hard Winter by Raymond Queneau (1939), the fort of Tourneville is one of Lehameau’s favourite places, where he meets two children.

At the end of Nausea (1938) by Jean-Paul Sartre, Roquentin bids farewell to the city from the hills.

In L’Été 76 (2011), Benoît Duteurtre describes enthusiastically the views from the hillside of Le Havre.

In Quai de l’oubli (1992) by Philippe Huet, the Caucriauville neighbourhood is mentioned at the beginning of its construction.