Most well-known for his Prix Goncourt-winning novel Rue des Boutiques Obscures (British name: Missing Person) as well as for his Grand Prix du Roman-winning publication Les Boulevards de Ceinture (Ring Highways), Modiano published almost thirty other functions between the past due 1960s and the first 2010s and was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature. Beneath the mentorship of fellow article writer Raymond Queneau, Modiano released his debut book, La Place de l’Etoile, in 1968. His 2005 memoir, El Pedigree, handles the childhood loss of life of his sibling Rudy. His relationship to Dominique Zehrfuss led to daughters called Zina and Marie. In the first 1970s, Modiano co-wrote a controversial, Louis Malle-directed film entitled Lacombe, Lucien.