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The 69-year-old Modiano is well known, even celebrated, in France, where he has previously been awarded the coveted Prix Goncourt.
As well as the Bad Sex Award, it has already been lauded with the Prix Goncourt.
The Goncourt, the French literary prize, has lifelong judges—often themselves novelists.
But at least the Goncourt, with its derisory 50NF cash reward, had clean hands.
When the Booker Prize was launched as the “British Goncourt” in 1969, it was met by a universal guffaw.
Rightly has Edmond de Goncourt called him a lyric poet, the great poet of the eighteenth century.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
The paragraphs quoted are interesting, however, as showing De Goncourt's state of mind in that year.
Si les Goncourt taient devenus populaires, si la notion du style pouvait pntrer dans les cerveaux moyens!
Flaubert devait beaucoup Chateaubriand: il serait difficile de nommer le matre des Goncourt.
The sordid is there in all conscience as you would find it in De Goncourt, but Joyce's power is in his scope.