Nobel Prize 2022: French writer Annie Arnoux received the Nobel Prize in Literature, pen on social inequality

Pankaj Prasad
French author Annie Arnoux
French author Annie Arnoux

French writer Annie Arnoux was born in 1940 and raised in the small town of Yvette in Nomandy.

The Nobel Prize in Literature has been announced. This year's Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to French writer Anne Arnoux. According to the Nobel Committee, French author Ann Arnoux has been selected for the world-renowned Nobel Prize for exposing social restrictions by digging into the roots of her memories with her courage and moral precision.

Annie Arnoux's journey has been a long and difficult one

Let us tell that the French writer Annie Arnoux was born in the year 1940 and brought up in the small town of Yvette in Nomandy. Ernox's parents ran a grocery store and cafe. She was a very ambitious girl since childhood. In his writings, he referred to the inequality spread on the basis of gender, language and classes in various ways. His journey in the field of writing has been long and difficult. Annie Arnoux has written many novels, plays and articles in English including French. He has also written the story of many films.

Salman Rushdie's name was also discussed

According to media reports, before the announcement of this academic award, there were chances of Indian-origin writer Salman Rushdie to receive this year's Nobel Prize in Literature. In August this year, Salman Rushdie was attacked with a knife in New York. This incident happened when he was going to deliver a lecture in a program. Salman Rushdie came into the limelight due to the 1988 novel The Satanic Verses. It is alleged that Rushdie made anti-Islamic remarks in this novel. This novel is banned in many countries including India.

belief in the power of salvation

Annie Arnoux, the Nobel Prize winner of the year 2022, said during a conversation with the media that writing is really a political work, which opens our eyes to social inequalities. For this purpose, she uses language as a 'knife', so that she can lift the veils of imagination. The Nobel Committee said that Annie believed in the liberating power of writing. His work is beyond comparison and clean literature written in simple language.