Prix Médicis  

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The Prix Médicis is a French literary award given each year in November. It was founded in 1958 by Gala Barbisan and Jean-Pierre Giraudoux. It is awarded to an author whose "fame does not yet match their talent." In 1970 the Prix Médicis étranger, a foreign prize, was added to award a writer each year from around the world. The Prix Médicis essai has been awarded since 1980 for non-fictional works.

Laureates Prix Médicis

Laureates Prix Médicis étranger

Laureates Prix Médicis essai





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