Traditional Lunch for Goncourt Academy Jury at Drouant Restaurant
Jury members of the Prix Goncourt, awarded the 1975 Goncourt to Emile Ajar for his novel "La Vie devant Soi" gather for the traditional gala lunch at the famous Drouant restaurant. Emile Ajar is a pseudo of Lithuanian-born French writer writer Romain Gary (1914-1980), who previously won the award in 1958 for his novel "Les Racines du ciel". Clockwise, from bottom center, are: unknown, French writers Andre Bazin. Robert Sabatier, Jean Cayrol, Bernard Clavel, unknown, unknown, Emmanuel Robles (French translator, poet and novelist), Michel Tournier, and Belgian novelist Francoise Mallet-Joris.
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