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Anatole France

The Nobel Prize in Literature 1921

Novelist, storyteller; almost all genres. Nobility of style, profound human sympathy, true Gallic temperament. Historical fiction evokes past civilizations with great charm, deep insight.

Post-World War I. At Nobel ceremony Frenchman France turned to Nobelist, German Nernst, exchanged a long and cordial handshake with him - a profoundly symbolic gesture.

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Penguin Island
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France Novels
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Great Novels of Anatole France
Anatole France
Book League of America, 1918
Pennsylvania State University
June 29, 2011
505 pages
Monsieur Bergeret in Paris
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Monsieur Bergeret in Paris
Anatole France
Dodd, Mead, 1922
Princeton University
March 3, 2009
300 pages
The Amethyst Ring
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The Amethyst Ring
Anatole France
Bérengère Drillien

Dodd, Mead, 1922
Princeton University
March 3, 2009
300 pages

Works by Anatole France at Project Gutenberg

Works by or about Anatole France at Internet Archive

Works by Anatole France at LibriVox audiobooks.

On Anatole France from Pegasos Author's Calendar

Anatole France Collection; an inventory of his collection at Syracuse University.

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Name: Anatole France (pen-name of Jacques Anatole Thibault)
Birth: 16 April 1844, Paris, France
Death: 12 October 1924, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France
Residence at the time of the award: France
Prize motivation: "in recognition of his brilliant literary achievements, characterized as they are by a nobility of style, a profound human sympathy, grace, and a true Gallic temperament"
Field: Prose
Language: French
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