Grand prix de littérature Paul-Morand

The Grand prix de littérature Paul-Morand is a French literary award, established by the Académie française in 1977 and handed out in 1980 for the first time. The prize goes to an author for his entire oeuvre. It is named after the writer Paul Morand. It is handed out every second year, alternately with the Grand prix de littérature de l'Académie française.



  • "Grand Prix de Littérature Paul Morand" (in French). Académie française. Retrieved 2014-12-02.
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