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Who is Agota Kristof?
Agota Kristof: Ágota Kristóf was a Hungarian writer who lived in Switzerland and wrote in French. Kristof received the European prize for French literature for The Notebook. She won the 2001 Gottfried Keller Award in Switzerland and the Austrian State Prize for European Literature in 2008.
- also known as Ágota Kristóf
- born on (80 years ago) in Csikvánd
- nationality: Hungary, Switzerland
- profession: Novelist
- died on (4 years ago) in Neuchâtel
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Encyclopedia of the Novel (2014)
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Family, Body, Sexuality And Health by Suad Joseph, Afsāna Naǧmābādī
Representing the double bind: Doubleness and schizophrenia in the works of Annie Ernaux, Agota Kristof, and Farida Belghoul (French text, Algeria). University of Connecticut. 1998. Abstract in Digital Abstracts International, publ. nr.
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