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Entertainment Salman Rushdie must obtain the Nobel of Literature, according to Bernard-Henri Lévy

03:40  14 august  2022
03:40  14 august  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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« Je n'imagine pas un autre écrivain », écrit Bernard-Henri Lévy . © Joel Saget / AFP "I do not imagine another writer", writes Bernard-Henri Lévy.

The philosopher, Bernard-Henri Lévy, believes that Salman Rushdie, hospitalized in serious condition after being stabbed in the United States on Friday, must obtain the Nobel Prize for Literature.

The writer Salman Rushdie , hospitalized in a serious state after having been stabbed in the United States on Friday, must obtain the Nobel Prize for Literature, which will be awarded in October, pleads the French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy in the newspaper of Sunday (JDD).

“I do not imagine another writer to have the across theuDance, today, to deserve him more than him. The campaign begins now, "writes Bernard-Henri Lévy about the American naturalized British author, targets since 1989 of a Fatwa from Iran because of his book" Les Versets Satanique ".

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Confidential list

According to the regulation of the Nobel Prize for Literature, a supreme reward for a writer, the list of five finalists has already been arrested since May, and the jury is currently reading all of their work. This list is confidential and it is therefore not possible to know if Salman Rushdie, often expected for the Nobel, is there. The winner's announcement will take place in Stockholm in early October.

"This writer punished for having written, for thirty years, free texts and who make free deserves reparation", judges Bernard-Henri Lévy in the long text published by the JDD, entitled "Immortality of Salman Rushdie". According to Mr. Lévy, "this act of absolute terror which, beyond his stabbed body and his books, is a terror on all the books and all the words in the world, calls a brilliant response".

Last year, the Nobel Literature was awarded to the Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah. Referring to the "almost normal life" led by Salman Rushdie in New York, Mr. Lévy underlines: "These kinds of killers never let go". He adds: "You can despise them, forget the bonus hunters or crazy that the story is loose when you kiss, the pack does not forget you. »

Salman Rushdie: His alleged attacker is "surprised" that the author survived .
© - Hadi Matar was questioned by the New York Post from the prison. AFP Photo / Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office This is an amazing reaction. This Wednesday, Hadi Matar, accused of having stabbed the writer Salman Rushdie, said he was "surprised" that the author of the "Satanic Verses" survived the attack, perpetrated on Friday during a conference in New York . A statement made to the New York Post , which contacted him in prison.

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