Georg Büchner Prize

literature award

The Georg Büchner Prize (German: Georg-Büchner-Preis) is the most important literary prize for the German language, along with the Goethe Prize. The award is named after Georg Büchner, author of Woyzeck. The Georg Büchner Prize is awarded annually for authors "writing in the German language who have notably emerged through their oeuvre as essential contributors to the shaping of contemporary German cultural life".
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award received: Georg Büchner Prize

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Author

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Heinrich Böll

German author, novelist, and short story writer

Author

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Friedrich Dürrenmatt

Swiss author and dramatist (1921-1990)

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Günter Grass

German novelist, poet, playwright, illustrator, graphic artist, sculptor

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The Call of the Toad

1992 novel by Günter Grass

author: Günter Grass

1992

The Meeting at Telgte

1979 novel by Günter Grass

author: Günter Grass

1979

The Rat

1986 novel by Günter Grass

author: Günter Grass

1985

Peeling the Onion

2006 autobiographical work by Günter Grass

author: Günter Grass

2006

The Flounder

1977 novel by Günter Grass

author: Günter Grass

1977

Author

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Elfriede Jelinek

Austrian writer

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Paul Celan

Romanian poet and translator

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