Louise Glück, Nobel Prize for Literature

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize for Literature

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After the Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to a French woman, the Nobel Prize in Literature is to be unveiled. Louise Glück, an American poetess received this distinction today. A glance at her career.

Destination the United States this year for the Nobel Prize in Literature. After Peter Handke and Olga Tokarczuk in 2019, it is Louise Glück‘s turn to win the coveted distinction. Born in 1943 in New York, the poetess is the author of some twenty collections, and currently teaches at Yale University.

An award-winning author

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for “Wild Iris” and the National Book Award (Poetry) in 2014 for “Faithful and Virtuose Night”, she can boast of having won a dozen prizes, each one more prestigious than the last. A great figure of poetry on the other side of the Atlantic, Louise Glück will undoubtedly be able to win the hearts of Europeans thanks to the Nobel Prize in Literature.

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