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While filming his new movie “Time Out of Mind” on the streets of New York, Richard Gere disappeared into his character George, a homeless man struggling to navigate the city’s social welfare system and piece together his identity.
Your first response to this morning’s news, that the Nobel Prize in Literature was being awarded to Patrick Modiano, may have been, “Who?”
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A professor of French who has translated Patrick Modiano's work talks about the the task's challenges.
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While Patrick Modiano's work has been translated into 36 languages, editions in English can be hard to find. Now that the French author has won the 2014 Nobel Prize in literature, publishers are expected to turn out more translation...
Patrick Modiano, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature Thursday, also had a career in cinema. Watch his scene in the 1997 film "Genealogies of a Crime" with Catherine Deneuve.
Alysia Reiner, who plays assistant warden Natalie Figueroa on "Orange is the New Black," is opening her Harlem Brownstone to the public this Saturday. The busy actress is also making her debut appearance in tonight's episode of the legal drama "How to Get Away with Murder."
For readers just getting to know Patrick Modiano's writing, or filling holes in their collections, here is a list of notable works from the 2014 Nobel laureate in literature.
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Patrick Modiano’s win of the Nobel prize in literature was good news for the French author—and for U.K. handicapper Ladbrokes.
Three excerpts from Patrick Modiano will give unfamiliar readers a basic introduction to the French author's work.
When the Nobel committee picked Patrick Modiano for its literature prize, it thrust the French author's profile and brought new attention to Paris, which is arguably the main character in much of his work.