Éric Vuillard wins Goncourt prize, France's highest literary honour


Choice of Vuillard's 'L'Ordre du Jour' prompted some criticism as book's publisher was co-founded by French culture minister Françoise Nyssen.

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France's top literary prize has been awarded to a novel that portrays the Nazis as the product of big business interests — including businesses that remain major industrial players today, reports France 24.