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Norman Manea (born July 19, 1936) is a Romanian writer, of Jewish origin, living in the United States, author of short fiction, novels, and essays preoccupied with the holocaust, the daily life in a communist state and exile. He is Francis Flournoy Professor of European Culture and writer in residence at Bard College.His most acclaimed 2003 book The Hooligan’s Return is an original novelistic memoir, encompassing a period of almost 80 years, from the pre-war period, through the Second World War, the communist and post-communist years to the present.Norman Manea has been known and praised as an international important writer since early 1990s, and his work have been translated into more than 20 languages.He has received more than 20 awards, including the 1984 Literary Prize of the Romanian Writer’s Union (withdrawn by the Communist authorities), the 1992 Guggenheim Fellowship Award (USA) the 1992 MacArthur Fellows Award, the 1993 Literary Medal of the New York Public Library, the 2002 Nonino International Literary Prize (Italy), the 2006 election in the Berlin Academy of Art, the 2006 Prix Medicis Etranger (France), the 2007 Order of Cultural Merit by the President of Romania, the 2008 Honorary Degree in literature by the Bucharest and Cluj universities (Romania), the Legion of Honor (France).
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