Stockholm – The French writer, Anne Arnault (82), who is famous for her open writing on human rights issues such as the right to abortion, has won the Nobel prize for literature. She is the first French writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. ‘Cleaned Out’ (1974) is the first novel. His works such as ‘A Man’s Place’ (1984), ‘A Woman’s Story’ (1988) and ‘The Years’ (2008) made him world famous. The Nobel Peace Prize will be announced today at 2.30 in Oslo.
English Summary: The Nobel Prize for Literature goes to the French writer Annie Ernaux