Austrian State Prize for European Literature

Austrian literature award

The Austrian State Prize for European Literature (German: Österreichischer Staatspreis für Europäische Literatur), also known in Austria as the European Literary Award (Europäischer Literaturpreis), is an Austrian literary prize awarded by the Federal Chancellery for Arts, Culture, and Media to European writers. Established in 1965, the prize is endowed with a purse of 25,000 € (2016). The prize was not awarded in 1969.
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award received: Austrian State Prize for European Literature

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Author

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Umberto Eco

Italian semiotician, essayist, philosopher, literary critic, and novelist

Works

68

The Name of the Rose

historical novel by Umberto Eco

author: Umberto Eco

1980

Foucault's Pendulum

1988 novel by Umberto Eco

author: Umberto Eco

1988

The Prague Cemetery

2010 novel by Umberto Eco

author: Umberto Eco

2010

How to Travel with a Salmon

book by Umberto Eco

author: Umberto Eco

1992

Author

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Marguerite Duras

French writer and film director

Works

70

The Lover

book by Marguerite Duras

author: Marguerite Duras

1984

The Ravishing of Lol Stein

novel by Marguerite Duras

author: Marguerite Duras

1964

Author

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Antonio Tabucchi

Italian writer and literary scholar

Works

21

Pereira Maintains

book by Antonio Tabucchi

author: Antonio Tabucchi

1994

Indian Nocturne

book by Antonio Tabucchi

author: Antonio Tabucchi

1984

De lijn van de horizon

book by Antonio Tabucchi

author: Antonio Tabucchi

Author

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Patrick Modiano

French writer

Author

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Julian Barnes

English writer

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