Congratulations to Laura Auricchio, whose book The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered has been shortlisted for the 2015 American Library in Paris Book Award. The annual prize honors the most distinguished fiction or nonfiction book of the year about France or the French-American encounter. The jury for the award, drawn from the American Library’s Writers Council, is: Laura Furman, Lily Tuck, and Fredrik Logevall. The winner will be announced in November at an awards ceremony in Paris.
Laura Auricchio’s The Marquis Shortlisted for American Library in Paris Book Award
By Tim Cheng | August 3 2015 | Humanities & Social Sciences
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