French literature

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French literature is the literature of France. It also includes literature that is written in French, even if the writer is not from France. There are countries besides France where French is also spoken. These countries include Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Senegal, Algeria, and Morocco. Works that are written in French but not from France are called Francophone literature.

History of French literature[change | edit source]

The French language grew out of Latin. French is a Romance language, related to other languages like Spanish and Italian. French was also influenced by the Celtic and Frankish languages.


French Nobel Prize in Literature winners[change | edit source]

The following French or French language authors have won a Nobel Prize in Literature:

Selected list of French literary classics[change | edit source]

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