Annie Ernaux

Annie Ernaux was born in 1940 in Lillebonne, France. Her autobiographical narrative, La Place, won the Prix Renaudot, and her books, A Woman's Story and A Man's Place, were named New York Times Notable Books of the Year. Ernaux's most recent novel, Les Annü¾Ž–”¼es, is widely considered one of her greatest works. Jonathan Kaplansky has translated numerous works, including Hü¾Ž–”¼lü¾Ž†”¼ne Dorion's novel Days of Sand and Hü¾Ž–”¼lü¾Ž†”¼ne Rioux's novel Wednesday Night at the End of the World. Brian Evenson is a professor and director of the Literary Arts Program at Brown University. He is the author of Altmann's Tongue (available in a Bison Books edition) and, most recently, Last Days and Fugue State.
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