I Will Write to Avenge My People: The Nobel Lecture
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Seven Stories Press, 2022.
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Annie Ernaux., Annie Ernaux|AUTHOR., Alison L. Strayer|AUTHOR., Carl-Henrik Heldin|AUTHOR., & Anders Olsson|AUTHOR. (2022). I Will Write to Avenge My People: The Nobel Lecture . Seven Stories Press.

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To write of her own life, she asserts, is to "shatter the loneliness of experiences endured and repressed;" to mine individual experience is to find collective emancipation. Ernaux's speech is a bold assertion of the capacity of writing to give people a sense of their own worth, and of one writer's commitment to bearing witness to life, its joys and its injustices.

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