Literary prizes 2018: winners available on Culturethèque, our digital library

The end of the year is the right time to look back on the best ones of the French literary world in 2018. France has many literary prizes but the French Institute would like to highlight 8 award-winning authors and novels which are available on Culturethèque, our digital libray (becoming a member is free of charge).

 

  • Le Grand Prix du roman of the Académie française – Camille Pascal “L’été des quatre rois”
  • Prix Goncourt – Nicolas Mathieu “Leurs enfants après eux”
  • Prix Goncourt des Lycéens – David Diop “Frère d’âme”
  • Prix Femina – Philippe Lançon “Le lambeau”
  • Literary prize of le Monde – Jérôme Ferrari “À son image”
  • Prix Interallié – Thomas B. Reverdy “L’hiver du mécontentement”
  • Prix Décembre – Michaël Ferrier “François, portrait d’un absent”
  • Prize of FNAC  – Adeline Dieudonné “La vraie vie”

 

Read more about the novels here (in French).

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