Gottfried-Keller-Preis

Swiss literary award

The Gottfried-Keller-Preis, prix Gottfried-Keller or premio Gottfried Keller is one of the oldest literary awards of Switzerland. The prize was created by Martin Bodmer and is named after the Swiss author Gottfried Keller. It is awarded every two to three years.
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award received: Gottfried-Keller-Preis

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Author

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Hermann Hesse

writer (1877-1962)

Works

46

Siddhartha

novel by Hermann Hesse

author: Hermann Hesse

1922

Steppenwolf

novel by Hermann Hesse

author: Hermann Hesse

1927

Demian

1919 novel by Hermann Hesae

author: Hermann Hesse

1919

The Glass Bead Game

novel by Hermann Hesse (1943)

author: Hermann Hesse

1943

Author

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Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

Swiss writer (1878-1947)

Works

22

Aline

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

1905

Derborence

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

1934

La Grande Peur dans la montagne

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

1926

La Guerre dans le Haut-Pays

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

1915

La Guérison des maladies

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

1917

Author

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Elias Canetti

Bulgarian-born Swiss and British jewish modernist novelist, playwright, memoirist, and non-fiction writer

Works

14

Auto-da-Fé

literary work

author: Elias Canetti

1936

Crowds and Power

Philolosophisches Hauptwerk Elias Canettis

author: Elias Canetti

1960

Tongue Set Free

book by Elias Canetti

author: Elias Canetti

Die Fackel im Ohr

literary work

author: Elias Canetti

1980

Die Stimmen von Marrakesch

literary work

author: Elias Canetti

1967

Author

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Agota Kristof

Hungarian Swiss writer, poet, novelist and playwright

Author

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Philippe Jaccottet

Swiss poet

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