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This year's Nobel Prize in Literature went to Annie Ernaux. Who is she and what does she write about?

Annie Ernaux is the 18th woman to have won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Image: Unsplash/Elisa Calvet B.

Siobhán McIlvanney

Professor in French and Francophone Women’s Writing, Head of Department of French, King's College London

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Dengue fever is in France, and more tropical diseases may be heading for Europe. This is why

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