Alfred-Döblin-Preis

literary award

The Alfred Döblin Prize (German: Alfred-Döblin-Preis) is a German literary award. Named after Alfred Döblin, it was endowed by Günter Grass in 1979. The prize is awarded every two years jointly by the Academy of Arts, Berlin and the Literary Colloquium Berlin for substantial unpublished literary works in progress. The current prize level on offer is 15,000 Euros. It is a requirement of the award that finalists take part in a reading competition: nominees are invited to the Literary Colloquium Berlin where they read out their texts and open them to discussion. Since 2007, selected authors' presentations have been recorded and made available on the German literary portal Literaturport.The prize winner is nominated by the jury directly after the reading; the awards ceremony then takes place traditionally the following day at the Academy of Arts, Berlin.
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Author

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Ingo Schulze

German writer

works

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33 moments de bonheur

Étonnant parcours que celui de cet écrivain né à Dresde en 1962 et considéré en Allemagne comme l'écrivain de la réunification. Son troisième livre, Histoires sans gravité . Un roman de la province est-allemande (1998, trad. A. Lance et R.

author: Ingo Schulze

Histoires sans gravité

boek van Ingo Schulze

author: Ingo Schulze

33 Moments of Happiness

author: Ingo Schulze

New lives

author: Ingo Schulze

Adam und Evelyn

author: Ingo Schulze

Author

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Reinhard Jirgl

writer

Author

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Edgar Hilsenrath

German-Jewish writer

works

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The Nazi and the Barber

book by Edgar Hilsenrath

author: Edgar Hilsenrath

1971

Night

novel by Edgar Hilsenrath

author: Edgar Hilsenrath

1954

Fuck America

author: Edgar Hilsenrath

Author

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Saša Stanišić

Bosnian-German writer

Author

Gert Hofmann

German writer

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