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Oxford Bookstore supports Emile Guimet Prize for Asian Literature 2021
New Delhi/Kolkata, Nov 24 - Two Indians - Deepa Anappara and Geetanjali Shree - are among five nominees for this years 5,000 euro Emile Guimet Prize for Asian Literature for works translated into French, an award that is supported by the Oxford Book Store.
The other nominees are Hideo Yakuda and Mitsuyo Kakuta from Japan and NG Kim Chew from Malaysia. The winner will be announced on January 20, 2022.
The National Museum of Asian Arts - Guimet announced the shortlist for the fifth edition of the prize with jury members Regine Hatchondo, President of the National Book Center (CNL); writer and essayist Pascal Bruckner; eminent French author Olivier Rolin; Guillaume Husson, General Delegate of the Syndicat de la Librairie Francaise; writer Jean-Claude Pastor and Sophie Makariou, President of the Guimet Museum.
Priti Paul, Director, Apeejay Surrendra Group, extended the support of Oxford Bookstore through the Apeejay Trust towards the award, administered by the Emile Guimet Museum in Paris, at a celebratory evening in the French capital.
Established in 1921, Oxford Bookstore is the best equipped 'base-camp' for journeys of the mind offering its patrons the widest range of outstanding titles and consistently courteous and informed service for close to a century.
Today, with stores in major metros, India's first of its kind tea boutique, 'Cha Bar', India's only bookstore to curate multiple literary festivals like Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, Apeejay Bangla Sahitya Utsob and Hindi Sahitya Utsav, Oxford Bookstore offers booklovers access to the very best in publishing, enhanced by a variety of events that heralds books, visual and performing arts and celebrate scripts.
Be it through books or fine teas it abides by its motto ? Much more than a bookstore ? at every Bookstore.
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