Sorj Chalandon

Sorj Chalandon in December 2008 Sorj Chalandon (born 16 May 1952 in Tunis) is a French writer and journalist. From 1973 until 2007 he worked as a journalist on ''Libération'' where, among other things, he covered events in Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Somalia and Afghanistan. In 1988 he received the Albert Londres Prize for his articles on Northern Ireland and the Klaus Barbie trial. Since then he has worked for the satirical-investigative newspaper ''Le Canard enchaîné''. His second novel, ''Une promesse'' (2006), won the Prix Médicis. His 2011 novel ''Return to Killybegs'' won the Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie française and was shortlisted for the Prix Goncourt. Provided by Wikipedia
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