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Sylvie Germain

Sylvie Germain

 Sylvie Germain

Sylvie Germain (1954-) read philosophy at the Sorbonne, being awarded a doctorate. From 1987 until the summer of 1993 she taught philosophy at the French School in Prague. She now lives in Angouleme. In addition to novels, she has published essays on other artists (Vermeer l for example), spiritual meditations and a children's book. Her work has been translated into twenty one languages and has received worldwide acclaim. Sylvie Germain's first novel The Book of Nights was published to France to great acclaim in 1985. It has won five literary prizes as well as the TLS Scott Moncrieff Translation Prize in England. Her third novel Days of Anger won the Prix Femina in 1989. Her novel Magnus, won the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens in 2005.

Sylvie Germain was elected in 2013 at the Académie royale de langue et de littérature françaises de Belgique and awarded the prix mondial Cino Del Ducae in 2016.

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007687 L'enfant méduse £8.95  
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247816 Etty Hillesum £18.95  

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