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Anna Langfus

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Name  Anna Langfus
Role  Author

Books  The Lost Shore
Awards  Prix Goncourt
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Died  May 12, 1966, Paris, France

Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author. She was also a concentration camp survivor. She won the Prix Goncourt in 1962 for Les bagages de sable (translated as "THE LOST SHORE"), which concerns a concentration camp survivor.

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References

Anna Langfus Wikipedia


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