Jules de Goncourt
Jules de Goncourt (17 December 1830 – 20 June 1870), born Jules Alfred Huot de Goncourt, was a French writer, who published books together with his brother Edmond. Jules was born and died in Paris. His death at the age of 39 was at Auteuil-Neuilly-Passy of a stroke brought on by syphilis.
The Prix Goncourt is awarded annually in his honor.
With Edmond de Goncourt:
- Sœur Philomène (1861)
- Renée Mauperin (1864)
- Germinie Lacerteux (1865)
- Manette Salomon (1867)
- Madame Gervaisais (1869)
- Journal des Goncourt (published posthumously)
- Goncourt brothers, which describes the nature of the partnership and their creative style.
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