Prix de la langue française

french literary award

The Prix de la langue française is chronologically the first grand prix of the literary season in France. Established in 1986 by the city of Brive-la-Gaillarde in the department of Corrèze, this prize rewards the work of a personality of the literary, artistic or scientific world, which has contributed significantly, through the style of his/her works or his/her action to illustrate the quality and beauty of the French language. It is presented annually at the opening of the Foire du livre de Brive-la-Gaillarde. Il est doté de 10000 euros.
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award received: Prix de la langue française

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Pascal Quignard

French writer

works

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Abîmes

author: Pascal Quignard

La nuit et le silence

author: Pascal Quignard

Dans ce jardin qu'on aimait

author: Pascal Quignard

Le sexe et l'effroi

author: Pascal Quignard

Les ombres errantes

author: Pascal Quignard

Author

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Louis-Philippe Dalembert

Haitian poet and novelist

Author

François Weyergans

Belgian writer and film director

works

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Trois jours chez ma mère

book by François Weyergans

author: François Weyergans

2005

Je suis écrivain

book by François Weyergans

author: François Weyergans

1989

Macaire le Copte

book by François Weyergans

author: François Weyergans

1981

Royal Romance

book by François Weyergans

author: François Weyergans

2012

Author

Alain Bosquet

French poet

Author

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Jean-Paul Kauffmann

French war correspondent, journalist and writer

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