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"I promised to lend her the Goncourt. Don't forget to take it down when you go; it's there on the bookshelf over the small table." Clatter, clatter, clatter, bang!
She herself had no fears of it, and the books scattered about her drawing-room (a part of the house in which books were usually supposed to be "out of place"), though chiefly works of fiction, had whetted Archer's interest with such new names as those of Paul Bourget, Huysmans, and the Goncourt brothers.
Goncourt Prize for biography for seventh part of his book "Manifesto
Throughout Europe Michel Tournier is seen as a great French novelist who has won several awards such as the Grand Prix du Roman de l'Academie Francaise in 1967 for his Friday, or, The Other Island and the Prix Goncourt for The Erl-King in 1970.
Summary: Le Choix Goncourt de L'Orient has returned for a seventh edition.
Gary himself was an epic figure of French culturetwice the recipient of France's highest literary honor, the Prix Goncourt, and a writer who earned national acclaim even for those of his works he put out under a pseudonym.
The Prix Goncourt, France's most prestigious literary prize, is awarded annually in early November.
Slimani won the Prix Goncourt, France's most prestigious literary prize, for the novel in 2016.
PARIS: Moroccan-born Leila Slimani won France's top literary prize, the Goncourt, on Thursday with a novel guaranteed to "scare the wits out of parents." The chilling tale of a "perfect" nanny who murders the two children she is looking after, "Chanson douce" (roughly translated as "Sweet Song") is based on the real-life story of a Dominican child-minder shortly to stand trial for the double murder of her charges in New York in 2012.