French writer Anne Arnaux, whose biography happening Director Audrey Dewan adapted the abortion drama for the screen by the same name, which won the Golden Line at the 2021 Venice Film Festival, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The Swedish Academy unveiled the honor on Thursday, in recognition of her “courage and clinical insight with which she uncovers the roots and collective constraints of personal memory.” His other books are also included. The year And Lost.
Ernakos “was born in 1940 and grew up in the small town of Yvetot in Normandy, where his parents shared a grocery store and cafe,” the Swedish Academy noted. “His path to authorship was long and difficult.”
This honor is one of five Nobel Prizes established in 1895 by the will of Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite. Other prizes include the Nobel Peace Prize in chemistry, physics and medicine.
Salman Rushdie, who was stabbed before giving a lecture in New York earlier this year, was seen as favorite to win this year’s literature prize, according to bookmakers.
The 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to Tanzanian-born British novelist Abdul Razak Garna “for his uncompromising and empathetic approach to the impact of colonialism and the fate of refugees across the gulf between cultures and continents”. .
Since 1901, the literature prize has been awarded to an author from any country who has written, according to Nobel’s will, “the most outstanding work in an ideal direction”. It is presented by the Swedish Academy.
Past winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature include American authors Toni Morrison and Saul Bellow, Britain’s Harold Pinter and William Golding, Ireland’s Samuel Beckett, Canada’s Alice Munro, South Africa’s Nadine Gordimer and JM Coetzee, Colombia’s Gabriel García Márquez. , include France’s Gabriel Garcia Marquez and France’s Saranter Jace. , Gunter Gross of Germany, Orhan Pamuk of Turkey and Mu Yan of China. In 2016, singer-songwriter Bob Dylan received this honor.