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Tous les hommes n'habitent pas le monde de la même façon , by Jean-Paul Dubois, is the novel that will receive the Goncourt Prize, the most prestigious of French letters.

The novel, published in France by L'Olivier speaks of the joy lost from nostalgia and emotion, according to the jury's note. Dubois became known for winning the Femina Prize in 2004 with A French Life , edited in Spain by Tropismos. Dubois, a native of Toulouse and 69, has 22 titles published in his curriculum.

The Alliance of Novels label will publish Dubois' book in Spanish in May 2020 with the title of Not all men inhabit the world in the same way . Its editor, Fernando Paz, explains that the novel is about "a man imprisoned with an angel from hell in a small cell that recalls his past. He is hypnotic and written memorably ."

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