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Annie Ernaux (1940- )

Awarded the Prize “for the courage and clinical acuity with which she uncovers the roots, estrangements and collective restraints of personal memory.”

Female, French writer. Born on September 1, 1940 in Lillebonne, Seine, France. In 1960, Madam Ernaux studied in London, England, and began to write her first novel at the same time. She also had her education at the University of Rouen and the University of Bordeaux in France. In 2021, she won the Lifetime Honor Award of International Writers from Royal Society of Literature (RSL), UK.

Notable works:
Les Armoires vides (1974);
La place (1983);
Une Femme (1987); 
Lévénement (2000);
Les années (2009);
Mémoire de fille (2016); 

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