Julien Gracq (1910-2007), French writer, in 1951, when he was awarded the Goncourt prize for his book entitled "Le Rivage des Syrtes" (The Opposing Shores), that he refused. © LAPI / Roger-Viollet
Julien Gracq (1910-2007), French writer, in 1951, when he was awarded the Goncourt prize for his book entitled "Le Rivage des Syrtes" (The Opposing Shores), that he refused. © LAPI / Roger-Viollet

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  • Caption:
    Julien Gracq (1910-2007), French writer, in 1951, when he was awarded the Goncourt prize for his book entitled "Le Rivage des Syrtes" (The Opposing Shores), that he refused.
  • Credit:
    © LAPI/Roger-Viollet
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  • Artwork title:
    FRANCE - JULIEN GRACQ
  • Inventory number:
    LAP-85701-10
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  • Keywords: FRENCH WRITERGONCOURT PRIZEPORTRAITPORTRAITUREREFUSALSMOKETOBACCO GRACQ JULIEN LOUIS POIRIER