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The Nobel Prize for Literature 2021 will be awarded this Thursday 7 October. Will he be awarded one or one French? Hard to say. But, given the regular successes of the French authors, the hypothesis is never to dismiss. Especially as Annie Ernaux makes, for some, figure in favorite.
barred by the successes of the
physicists, chemists and other Economists French , their success is, in recent years, almost gone unnoticed. And yet, historically, the authors tricolores are those who wear the highest the colors of France during the week of the Nobel.
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Since 1901, they have been having won the prestigious Nobel Literature Prize, which represents nearly 13% of the awards awarded. This share of the rewards obtained by French is the most important of the six disciplines highlighted by Nobel prices, as shown in the following graph:
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Better, these 15 French laureates place the Hexagon at the top of the ranking of the recipient nations of the famous price. The
United States and the United Kingdom follow, with respectively 11% and 9% of the awards awarded.
Germany and Sweden Total a little less than 7% while Spain and Italy saw 5% of recipients.
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Nobel Prize. When and in what discipline do the French have the most shone?
© Jonathan Nackstrand / AFP A medal to the effigy of Alfred Nobel, September 16, 2021. Photo of illustration. Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature, Peace, Economy ... What is the Nobel Prize that was most often won by French? And when have these rewards been awarded? We take stock, graph in support. Curiously, we go from the Nobel as of the EUROVISION : Every year, at a given date, the most custodials keep the results to find out if, yes or no, a French won.
The successor of Modiano is waiting for
nevertheless, if the French rewarded are numerous, the last of them was a relatively long ago.
because the latest French success in this area is already going to 2014. At the time, it was
Patrick Modiano which had been rewarded "for his art of memory with which he mentioned the most elusive human destinies and Unveiled the world of occupation ", according to the terms then used by the Nobel Academy.
The Swedish Academy: The
# NobelPrise2014 in literature is awarded to the French Author Patrick Modiano. pic.twitter.com/Q00O72XDCC - The Nobel Prize (@nobelprize)
October 9, 2014
The Parisian writer, author, among others, from Dora Bruder or rue des Obscure Shops, had succeeded in Tricolor's palmares to Jean -Marie Gustave Le Clézio,
"Writer of the rupture, poetic adventure and sensual ecstasy, the explorer of a humanity beyond and below the reigning civilization" , which had been rewarded in 2008.
Camus, Sartre, Mauriac, Gide ...
These two contemporary authors had themselves after Sully Prudhomme (2001), Frédéric Mistral (1904), Romain Rolland (1915), Anatole France (1921), Henri Bergson (1927), Roger Martin du Gard (1937), André Gide (1947), François Mauriac (1952), Albert Camus (1957), Saint-John Persie (1960), Jean-Paul Sartre (1964), Claude Simon (1985 ) and Gao Xingjian (2000).
As many authors who, in view of the success known at the time and their posterity, will not have stolen these prestigious rewards.
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