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Canada Goncourt des High school students 2022: Sabyl Ghoussoub says they are "touched" that high school students could "recognize themselves in the characters"

03:20  25 november  2022
03:20  25 november  2022 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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for his novel "Beirut-sur-Seine", the Franco-Lebanese Sabyl Ghoussoub received the Goncourt of the Goncourt des Prix High school students 2022.

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SABYL GHONSOUB, winner of the Goncourt des High school students 2022 , said Thursday November 22 on Franceinfo "Touched" that high school students could "recognize themselves in the characters" of his novel Beirut -Sine, published at Stock. Sabyl Ghoussoub also confides having "a love-coleared relationship" with Lebanon, where he lived his adolescence. "I like this culture, I like this land", but "I am very angry with the injustice in this country".

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Franceinfo: How do you understand this goncourt of high school students?

SABYL GHOUSOUB: I am still on a cloud. I can't do it really well yet. But it was very touching to be able to meet the high school jury. This is an incredible news.

What is the life of a goncourt after the announcement?

It is a lot of interviews, many solicitations, many beautiful words. It's a fairly wonderful moment. And meeting high school students afterwards is even more incredible, because we hear why they chose our book.

"To hear the high school students talking about the book, the family, the parents, this exile, it was very moving to see that they were touched by this story which was not necessarily theirs, but that Through literature, they were able to recognize themselves in these characters at one point. It is a great thing. "

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 Loire-Atlantique. In bookstores, the Goncourt remains a prescriber © Ouest France Amandine Guichon works with three other booksellers at the Odyssey, in Vallet. in Vallet, the independent bookstore The Odyssey sees the effect of literary prizes and seasons on sales. It has been thirty-six years since the independent bookstore The Odyssey opened its doors in Vallet.

SABYL GHOUSOUB, winner of the Goncourt des High school students 2022

in Franceinfo

This book is a tribute to your family, to your roots. The fact that he speaks to a young generation, to high school students, does this make the price even more precious to you?

yes. I was born in France, I grew up in France before then returning to Lebanon. It was this kind of books, these kinds of novels from other writers, who told other stories than that of Lebanon, who made me grow, which made me want to write books, Return to Lebanon, to understand their history.

So I'm really very moved that my book is part of this same cycle, that other high school students are touched by this story and that it evokes other stories that may concern them or that may concern Just be classmates around them.

You lived your adolescence in Lebanon, you returned after the 2019 revolution. What is the link you have with this country today?

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Generally, when I am asked this question, I answer ambivalent feelings. And that's exactly that. It depends on the days, it depends on my mood, it depends on what is happening in Lebanon. There are days when I really want to go back, there are days when I no longer want to set foot there.

For a very long time, I thought that my relationship with Lebanon was a love-hate relationship. And then I realized that it is not at all that. It is a relationship of love-cooperation. I like this country, I like this culture, I like this land, I like the people who live there. I like the diaspora which is also part of it. I like artists, everything they created, filmmakers, painters, directors. But I am very angry with the injustice in this country.

I am very angry, by the victims of the explosion of the port, which unfortunately are completely abandoned, by the victims of the economic crisis, by these massacres during the Lebanon War who have not yet been tried. I am a very angry boy. But I think we are many very angry Lebanese. It is this relationship that I have with the country.

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© Les Films du Solange / Srab films The Louis-Delluc Prize was awarded ex-aequo to "Pacific" by Albert Serra and to Alice Diop "Saint-Omer". The Louis-Delluc Prize distinguishes the best French film of the year every year. For this, he is also considered to be the "goncourt of cinema". This prestigious prize has been awarded since 1936 (Jean Renoir had opened the ball with the shallows) and appointed in tribute to the filmmaker Louis DELLUC.

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