Synonyms for prix_broquette_gonin or Related words with prix_broquette_gonin

prix_goncourt              prix_fénéon              prix_interallié              prix_renaudot              prix_goncourt_des_lycéens              prix_littéraire              prix_contrepoint              prix_femina              prix_des_libraires              fénéon_prize              prix_roger_nimier              prix_erckmann_chatrian              prix_valery_larbaud              prix_médicis              prix_cazes              prix_médicis_étranger              prix_sainte_beuve              prix_maurice_genevoix              prix_rosny_aîné              grand_prix_rtl_lire              prix_du_meilleur              sgdl              prix_émile_nelligan              montyon              concours_général              prix_décembre              gouden_ganzenveer              littérature              roger_nimier              prix_alain_grandbois              livre_étranger              montyon_prize              prix_albert_londres              prix_ève_delacroix              prix_jean_freustié              la_poésie              prix_athanase_david              gémeaux              lauréat              prix_méditerranée              prix_fémina              prix_femina_essai              prix_des_lecteurs              des_deux_magots              balzan_prize              prix_wepler              prix_nadar              littéraire              hessell_tiltman_prize              lettres             



Examples of "prix_broquette_gonin"
The prix Broquette-Gonin was a former prize awarded by the Académie française.
The writer Geneviève Viollet-le-Duc (winner of the prix Broquette-Gonin in 1978) was his great granddaughter.
In 1967, he was awarded the Prix Broquette-Gonin for his book "Mille ans de chirurgie (Ve–XVe)".
In 1967, Xavier de Montclos was awarded the Prix Broquette-Gonin in literature for his "Le Toast d’Alger (1890-1891)".
Le Cardonnel won two literary prizes from the Académie française: the Prix Capuran for "Poèmes" in 1905, and the Prix Broquette-Gonin for "Carmina sacra" in 1913.
Gilbert Charles-Picard won the Prix Broquette-Gonin awarded by the Académie française in 1960 for his work "La Civilisation de l’Afrique romaine".
Robert Étienne won the Prix Broquette-Gonin of the Académie française in 1962 and the Prix Thérouanne of the same Académie in 1967.
He was twice a recipient of prizes awarded by the Académie française: the Prix Broquette-Gonin in 1973 and the Prix de la critique in 1977.
The prix Broquette-Gonin of philosophy "rewards French authors of commendable works with elevating character and moral value." It was awarded from 1917 to 1963.
Dibon won three literary prizes from the Académie française: the Prix Valentine de Wolmar for "Ratis" in 1967; the Prix Amic for "Le Radeau" in 1974; and the Prix Broquette-Gonin for "Le marquis de Baroncelli" in 1982.
René Jouveau (1906-1997) was a French poet and non-fiction writer. He received the Prix Broquette-Gonin from the Académie française for his book entitled "Histoire du Félibrige" in 1971.
The prix Broquette-Gonin d'histoire "is intended to recompense the author of a philosophical, political or literary work deemed likely to inspire the love of truth, beauty and goodness". It was awarded from 1950 to 1973.
Maud de Belleroche (born in 1922 in Paris) is a French writer, author of the 1968 best-seller "L'Ordinatrice" and winner of the 1963 Prix Broquette-Gonin for "Cinq personnages en quête d’empereur".
Peyre was the author of many poetry collections and essays. He wrote both in Provençal and in French He won the Prix Broquette-Gonin from the Académie française for his 1958 book entitled "Poésie".
The prix Broquette-Gonin de littérature is "for authors of a philosophical, political or literary work deemed likely to inspire the love of truth, beauty and goodness". It was awarded from 1918 to 1989.
In 1978, his book "La Vie quotidienne dans l'Europe médiévale sous la domination arabe" was awarded the prix Broquette-Gonin (literature) of the Académie française. This book gives a real view of what was the Muslim occupation in Europe, both in Spain and Sicily.
He was doctor "honoris causa" of the University of Freiburg, chevalier of the Légion d'honneur, officier of the Ordre des Palmes académiques, holder of the croix de guerre 1939-1945, commandeur of the and in 1982, one of the laureates of the Prix Broquette-Gonin awarded by the Académie française for his work "La Religion romaine de Vénus".
The prix Broquette-Gonin de poésie is "for a poet, whether poetry is lyrical, epic or dramatic. The prize may be awarded three consecutive years to the same poet who, after an interval of one year, may again be chosen." It was awarded from 1960 to 1979.
Charles Dédéyan won several prizes awarded by the Académie Française, including the Prix Broquette-Gonin (1962), the Prix du Rayonnement de la langue et de la littérature françaises (1967) and the Prix Gustave Le Métais-Larivière (1984). He was also an officier of the Légion d'honneur.
Maurice Cocagnac (20 June 1924 – 18 December 2006) was a French religious and Dominican priest (Order of Preachers), theologian, painter, writer and singer, as well as a great traveler. Between 1955 and 1960 he became especially known by the new spiritual songs he created and accompanied on guitar throughout France and Germany. He was awarded the Prix Broquette-Gonin in 1985 for his book "Les Racines de l'âme indienne".