Dobloug Prize

literary award

The Dobloug Prize (Swedish: Doblougska priset, Norwegian: Doblougprisen) is a literature prize awarded for Swedish and Norwegian fiction. The prize is named after Norwegian businessman and philanthropist Birger Dobloug (1881–1944) pursuant to his bequest. The prize sum is 4 * 150,000 Swedish crowns (2011). The Dobloug Prize is awarded annually by the Swedish Academy.
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award received: Dobloug Prize

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Author

Artur Lundkvist cover

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Artur Lundkvist

Swedish writer

works

60

Agadir (bok)

مختارات شعرية من تأليف آرتر لوندكفيست

author: Artur Lundkvist

Atlantvind

book by Artur Lundkvist

author: Artur Lundkvist

Babylon, gudarnas sköka

book by Artur Lundkvist

author: Artur Lundkvist

Berättelser för vilsekomna

book by Artur Lundkvist

author: Artur Lundkvist

Den förvandlade draken

book by Artur Lundkvist

author: Artur Lundkvist

1955

Author

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Maria Gripe

Swedish children's writer

works

7

Hugo och Josefin

book by Kjell Grede

author: Maria Gripe
illustrator: Harald Gripe

1962

Agnes Cecilia

book by Maria Gripe

author: Maria Gripe

1981

Glasblåsarns barn

book by Maria Gripe

author: Maria Gripe

1964

Tanten

book by Maria Gripe

author: Maria Gripe

Author

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P. C. Jersild

Swedish physician writer

works

9

After the Flood

book by P. C. Jersild

author: P. C. Jersild

Barnens ö (bok)

book by P. C. Jersild

author: P. C. Jersild

Babels hus

book by P. C. Jersild

author: P. C. Jersild

1978

Edens bakgård

book by P. C. Jersild

author: P. C. Jersild

En levande själ

book by P. C. Jersild

author: P. C. Jersild

Author

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Lars Saabye Christensen

Norwegian author

works

8

Beatles

novel by Lars Saabye Christensen

author: Lars Saabye Christensen

1984

Maskeblomstfamilien

novel by Lars Saabye Christensen

author: Lars Saabye Christensen

2003

The Half Brother

book by Lars Saabye Christensen

author: Lars Saabye Christensen

2001

Amatøren

book by Lars Saabye Christensen

author: Lars Saabye Christensen

Modellen

book by Lars Saabye Christensen

author: Lars Saabye Christensen

Author

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Tor Åge Bringsværd

Norwegian author

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