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Crédit Agricole Prize 'History in a novel' to Nobel Ernaux

Announcement just before pordenonelegge 2023

29 June, 12:33
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, JUN 29 - The sixteenth edition of the Crédit Agricole Prize for "History in a Novel" is awarded to the writer Annie Ernaux, Nobel Prize for Literature laureate in 2022. This award was created by Crédit Agricole Italia in collaboration with the Foundation and Link, Trieste Festival of Journalism. The announcement marks the beginning of the countdown to pordenonelegge 2023, the Book Festival with authors that has always hosted the Prize and is scheduled from September 13 to September 17 this year. Arturo Peréz-Reverte, Abraham Yehoshua, Art Spiegelman, Alessandro Baricco, Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, Umberto Eco, Emmanuel Carrère, Javier Cercas, Wole Soyinka, Robert Harris, Svetlana Aleksievi, Olga Tokarczuk, Fernando Aramburu, and in 2022, Jhumpa Lahiri, have been the previous victors. (ANSA).

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