Awards Books

Award introduction:

The Prix Goncourt (French: Le prix Goncourt) is a prize in French literature, given by the académie Goncourt to the author of "the best and most imaginative prose work of the year". It is considered the most important literary award in France. Since 1903, it has been awarded in early November following a three-round selection process. Its cash-value (which once enabled a young writer to complete their second book) has never changed, and is today worth approximately €10.

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Pierre Lemaitre, Albin-Michel, 2013
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 2013年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Jérôme Ferrari , Actes Sud, 2012
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 2012年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Pascale Roze, Albin Michel, 1996
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 1996年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Alexis Jenni , Gallimard, 2011
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 2011年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Andreï Makine , Mercure de France, 1995
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 1995年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Michel Houellebecq, Flammarion, 2010
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 2010年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Didier Van Cauwelaert , Albin Michel, 1994
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 1994年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Marie NDiaye , Gallimard, 2009
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 2009年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品
Amin Maalouf, Grasset, 1993
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龚古尔奖/Le prix Goncourt 1993年法国龚古尔文学奖获奖作品