Nobel Prize For Literature Goes To Author Le Clezio

October 9, 2008

Jean Marie Gustave Le Clezio has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature....Washington (ChattahBox) – Jean Marie Gustave Le Clezio has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

The French novelist has been honored for his life’s work, and will receive a 10m kronor award for his efforts.

The 68-year old became very well known back in 1980 with his novel Desert, and from there has released plenty of other amazing works.

Some of this other books include works for children, such as Lullaby and Balaabilou.

His most recent work was in 2007 with Ballaciner.

He will receive his prize medal with other Nobel Prize winners at a ceremony in Stockhold on December 10th.

He published his first novel, The Interrogation, in 1964.


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