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Annie Ernaux

9 Oct
French author Annie Ernaux, who was awarded the Nobel Literature Prize this week, signed an open letter Sunday supporting a mass protest against President Emmanuel Macron called by the country's left-wing opposition. Organisers of the demonstration on October 16 accuse Macron of failing to tackle soaring prices for energy and other essentials, and insufficient action…
7 Oct
The 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to French author Annie Ernaux . The Lillebonne, France-born 82-year-old was given the Nobel Prize for her bravery and clinical acumen in exposing the origins, estrangements, and societal limits of individual memory. One of her nation's most recognized authors, Ernaux is known for writing nonfiction and novels…
7 Oct
French writer, Annie Ernaux, has won the Nobel Prize in Literature, for what the Nobel committee chair said was an “uncompromising” 50-year body of work exploring “a life marked by great disparities regarding

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