- Archives Ina / 1966 : Edmonde Charles-Roux, le prix Goncourt pour son premier roman
- C'est ce livre, premier roman publié par Edmonde Charles-Roux, mûri au long de cinq années, qui obtient le prix Goncourt et rencontre un large public. À cette occasion, l'auteur revient en décembre à Marseille, pour un court séjour et une signature.
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- Last year, he won the prestigious French Prix Goncourt for a debut novel -- "The Meursault Investigation", a retelling of Albert Camus's classic "The Stranger".
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- PARIS — France's top literary award, the Goncourt Prize, was awarded on Tuesday to the novelist Mathias Énard for “La Boussole,” or “The Compass.
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