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The Prix Goncourt is a prize in French literature given by the Académie Goncourt to the author of "the best and most imaginative prose work of the year." Where there is an English editon, the English title is given. When there is no English translation available, the original French title is used. When the title is the same, or virtually so, in both English and French, just the year is given.

100 facts:

Adrien Bertrand
   won for   
The Call of the Soil
French title, "L'Appel du sol"; 1914
Alexis Jenni
   won for   
The French Art Of War
French title, L'Art Francais De La Guerre; 2011
Amin Maalouf
   won for   
The Rock of Tanios
French title, Le Rocher de Tanios; 1993
Andrei Makine
   won for   
Dreams of My Russian Summers
French title, Le Testament français; 1995
André Malraux
   won for   
Man's Fate
French title, La Condition humaine; 1933
André Pieyre De Mandiargues
   won for   
The Margin
French title La Marge; 1967
André Schwarz-Bart
   won for   
The Last of the Just
French title, Le dernier des Justes; 1959
Anna Langfus
   won for   
Les Bagages De Sable
No English translation; 1962
Antonine Maillet
   won for   
Pélangie: the Return to Acadie
French title, Pélangie la Charette, 1979
Armand Lanoux
   won for   
Quand La Mer Se Retire
No English translation; 1963
Atiq Rahimi
   won for   
Syngué Sabour: La Pierre De Patience
No English title available; 2008
Béatrix Beck
   won for   
The Passionate Heart
US title; in Uk, The Priest; French title, Léon Morin, prêtre; 1952
Bernard Clavel
   won for   
The Fruits of Winter
French title, Les fruits de l'hiver; 1968
Charles Plisnier
   won for   
Faux Passeports
No English translation; 1937
Didier Decoin
   won for   
John L'enfer
No English translation; 1977
Didier Van Cauwelaert
   won for   
One-Way
French title, Un Aller Simple; 1994
Dominique Fernandez
   won for   
Dans La Main De L'ange
No English translation; 1982
Edmonde Charles-Roux
   won for   
To Forget Palermo
French title, Oublier Palerme; 1966
Elsa Triolet
   won for   
A Fine of Two Hundred Francs
French title, Le premier accroc coûte 200 Francs; 1944
Ernest Pérochon
   won for   
Nêne
1920
Félicien Marceau
   won for   
Creezy
No English translation; 1969
Francis Ambrière
   won for   
Les Grands Vacances
No English translation; 1940
Francis Walder
   won for   
Saint Germain Ou La Négociation
No English translation; 1958
François Weyergans
   won for   
Trois Jours Chez Ma Mère
No English translation; 2005
Frédérick Tristan
   won for   
The Lost Ones
French title, Les égarés; 1983
George Duhamel
   won for   
Civilization
1918
Georges Conchon
   won for   
L'Etat Sauvage
No English translation; 1964
Gilles Leroy
   won for   
Alabama Song
2007; no English translation yet available
Guy Mazeline
   won for   
The Wolves
French title, Les loups; 1932
Henri Barbusse
   won for   
Under Fire
French title, "Le Feu"; 1916
Henri Deberly
   won for   
The Peat-Cutters
French title, "Le supplice de Phèdre"; 1926
Henri Malherbe
   won for   
The Flame That Is France
French title, "La Flamme au poing"; 1917
Henri Pourrat
   won for   
Vent De Mars
No English translation; 1941
Henri Troyat
   won for   
L'Araigne
No English translation; 1938
Henry Béraud
   won for   
Le Vitriol De La Lune, and Le Martyre De L'obèse
Not translated into English; 1922
H. Fauconnier
   won for   
The Soul of Malaya
French title, "Malaisie"; 1930
Jacques Borel
   won for   
L'Adoration
No English translation; 1965
Jacques Chessex
   won for   
L'Ogre
No English translation; 1973
Jacques Laurent
   won for   
Les Bêtises
No English translation; 1971
Jacques-Pierre Amette
   won for   
Brecht's Lover
US; in UK, Brecht's Mistress; French title, La maîtress de Brecht; 2003
Jean-Christophe Rufin
   won for   
Brazil Red
French title, Rouge Brésil; 2001
Jean-Jacques Gautier
   won for   
Histoire D'un Fate Divers
No English translation, 1946
Jean-Jacques Schuhl
   won for   
Ingrid Caven
2000
Jean-Louis Bory
   won for   
Mon Village à L'heure Allemande
No English translation available; 1945
Jean-Louis Curtis
   won for   
The Forests of the Night
1947
Jean Carrière
   won for   
L'Epervier De Maheux
No English translation; 1972
Jean Cau
   won for   
La Pitié De Dieu
No English translation; 1961
Jean Echenoz
   won for   
I'm Gone
US title; UK title, I'm Off; French title, Je m'en vais; 1999
Jean Fayard
   won for   
Desire
French title, "Mal d'amour"; 1931
Jerome Ferrari
   won for   
The Sermon On The Fall Of Rome
French title, "Le Sermon Sur La Chute De Rome"; 2012
Jean Rouaud
   won for   
Fields of Glory
French title, Les Champs d'honneur; 1990
Jean Vautrin
   won for   
Un Grand Pas Vers Le Bon Dieu
No English translation; 1989
Jonathan Littell
   won for   
The Kindly Ones
Les Bienveillantes; 2006
Joseph Peyre
   won for   
Sang Et Lumières
No English translation; 1935
Julien Gracq
   won for   
The Opposing Shore
French title, Le rivage des Syrtes; 1951
Laurent Gaudé
   won for   
The House of Scorta
US; in UK, The Scorta's Sun; French title, Le Soleil des Scorta; 2004
Lucien Bodard
   won for   
Anne Marie
No English translation; 1981
Lucien Fabre
   won for   
Rabevel Ou Le Mal Des Ardents
No English translation; 1923
Marc Bernard
   won for   
Pareil à Des Enfants
No English translation; 1942
Marcel Arland
   won for   
L'Ordre
To English translation; 1929
Marcel Proust
   won for   
Within a Budding Grove
Vol. 2 of In Search of Lost Time; 1919
Marguerite Duras
   won for   
The Lover
French title, L'amant; 1984
Marie NDiaye
   won for   
Trois Femmes Puissantes
No English title yet available; 2009
Marius Grout
   won for   
When the Man Passed By
French title, Passage de l'Homme; 1943
Maurice Bedel
   won for   
Jerome
French title, "Jérôme 60' latitude nord"; 1927
Maurice Constantin-Weyer
   won for   
A Man Scans His Past
French title, "Un Homme penche sur son passé"; 1928
Maurice Druon
   won for   
Les Grandes Familles
No English translation, 1948
Maurice Genevoix
   won for   
Raboliot
No English translation; 1925
Maxence Van Der Meersch
   won for   
L'Empreinte De Dieu
No English translation; 1936
Michel Host
   won for   
Valet De Nuit
No English translation, 1986
Michel Hovellebecq
   won for   
The Map And The Territory
French title, "La Carte Et Le Territoire"; 2010
Michel Tournier
   won for   
The Erl-King
UK trans; US, The Ogre; original French title, Le Roi des Aulnes; 1970
Pascal Lainé
   won for   
A Web of Lace
French title, La Dentellière; 1974
Pascal Quignard
   won for   
Les Ombres Errantes
No English translation, 2002
Pascal Roze
   won for   
Le Chasseur Zéro
No English translation; 1996
Patrick Chamoiseau
   won for   
Texaco
1992
Patrick Grainville
   won for   
Les Flamboyants
No English translation; 1976
Patrick Modiano
   won for   
Missing Person
French title, Rue des boutiques obscures; 1978
Patrick Rambaud
   won for   
The Battle
French title, La Bataille; 1997
Paul Colin
   won for   
Les Jeux Sauvages
No English translation; 1950
Paule Constant
   won for   
Confidence Pour Confidence
No English translation; 1998
Philippe Hériat
   won for   
Les Enfants Gâtés
No English translation; 1939
Pierre Combescot
   won for   
Les Filles Du Calvaire
No English translation; 1991
Pierre Gascar
   won for   
Les Bêtes
No English translation; 1953
Pierre Lemaitre
   won for   
Goodbye High
French title, "Au Revoir La Haute"; 2013
René Benjamin
   won for   
Private Gaspard
French title, "Gaspard"; 1915
René Maran
   won for   
Batouala
1921
Éric Orsenna
   won for   
L'Exposition Coloniale
No English translation; 1988
Robert Merle
   won for   
Week-end at Zuydcoote
1949
Roger Ikor
   won for   
Les Eaux Mêlées
No English translation; 1955
Roger Vailland
   won for   
The Law
French title, La Loi; 1957
Roger Vercel
   won for   
Captain Conan
1934
Romain Gary
   won for   
Momo
Also published as The Life Before Us and made into a film called Madame Rosa; 1975
Romain Gary
   won for   
The Roots of Heaven
French title, Les racines du ciel; 1956
Simone De Beauvoir
   won for   
The Mandarins
1954
Tahar Ben Jelloun
   won for   
The Sacred Night
French title, La nuit sacrée; 1987
Thierry Sandre
   won for   
Le Chèvrefeuille, Le Purgatoire, Le Chapitre XIII
No English translation; 1924
Vintila Horia
   won for   
God Was Born in Exile
French title, Dieu est né en exil; 1960
Yann Queffélec
   won for   
The Wedding
French title, Les noces barbares; 1985
Yves Navarre
   won for   
Le Jardin D'acclimatation
No English translation; 1980


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