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The Goncourt, the French literary prize, has lifelong judges—often themselves novelists.
When the Booker Prize was launched as the “British Goncourt” in 1969, it was met by a universal guffaw.
But at least the Goncourt, with its derisory 50NF cash reward, had clean hands.
The Goncourt brothers were extremely clever in detracting from the merits of the people about whom they spoke.
The novel is careful in workmanship; it is like Goncourt and Flaubert, both gray and masterful.
Goncourt tells us the story of that Hokousaï who signed "An old man crazy to be conspicuous."Marie Bashkirtseff (From Childhood to Girlhood)|Marie Bashkirtseff
The essay on the Goncourt is important, and we find in it typical dissociation.Instigations|Ezra Pound
And Goncourt assimilated this method with surprising results.