Joseph-Breitbach-Preis

German literary award

Joseph-Breitbach-Preis (Joseph Breitbach Prize) is a literary prize awarded by the Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz (Academy of Sciences and Literature of Mainz), in Germany and the Joseph Breitbach Foundation. Established in 1998, the prize is worth 50,000 euros and is awarded annually in Koblenz, birthplace of writer Joseph Breitbach (1903–1980), for whom the prize is named.
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award received: Joseph-Breitbach-Preis

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Ilse Aichinger

Austrian writer

Works

610

Tauben und Wölfe

literary work by Ilse Aichinger

author: Ilse Aichinger

Börsegasse

literary work by Ilse Aichinger

author: Ilse Aichinger

Die Silbermünze

literary work by Ilse Aichinger

author: Ilse Aichinger

Rendezvous

literary work by Ilse Aichinger

author: Ilse Aichinger

Author

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Herta Müller

German-Romanian novelist, poet and essayist

Works

25

The Appointment

book by Herta Müller

author: Herta Müller

1997

The Hunger Angel

book by Herta Müller

author: Herta Müller

2009

The Land of Green Plums

novel by Herta Muller

author: Herta Müller

1994

Nadirs

book by Herta Müller

author: Herta Müller

1982

Author

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W. G. Sebald

German writer and academic

Works

11

Austerlitz

2001 German novel by W.G. Sebald

author: W. G. Sebald

2001

The Rings of Saturn

book by W.G. Sebald

author: W. G. Sebald

1995

Vertigo

novel by W. G. Sebald

author: W. G. Sebald

1990

Austerlitz

author: W. G. Sebald

Les Anneaux de Saturne

author: W. G. Sebald

Author

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Ingo Schulze

German writer

Author

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Jenny Erpenbeck

German opera director and writer

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