Jaroslav Seifert Prize

Czech literary award

The Jaroslav Seifert Prize (Czech: Cena Jaroslava Seiferta) is a prestigious Czech literary prize created by the Charta 77 Foundation in Stockholm in January 1986. This prize is named after the Nobel Prize–winning Czechoslovak writer, poet and journalist, Jaroslav Seifert, and is awarded for an excellent work of poetry or fiction published (or otherwise made public) in the past three years in the Czech Republic or abroad. It was originally awarded to authors in exile during the Soviet era. The laureate is announced on September 22 each year, on the eve of Seifert's birthday anniversary. As of 2013, the prize is awarded every two years.
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award received: Jaroslav Seifert Prize

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Author

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Václav Havel

playwright, essayist, poet, former dissident and 1st President of the Czech Republic

works

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The Power of the Powerless

Tác phẩm chống cộng ở tại Tiệp Khắc cũ...

author: Václav Havel

1978

Largo desolato

play written by Václav Havel

author: Václav Havel

The Garden Party

play written by Václav Havel

author: Václav Havel

Antikódy

literair werk van Václav Havel

author: Václav Havel

Ela, Hela and The Hitch

play written by Václav Havel

author: Václav Havel

Author

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Michal Ajvaz

novelist, poet, translator

works

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Lucemburská zahrada

novel written by Michal Ajvaz

author: Michal Ajvaz

Druhé město

český román

author: Michal Ajvaz
illustrator: Pavel Čech

1993 or 2005

Author

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Ludvík Kundera

Czech poet, playwright, translator and writer

Author

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Jáchym Topol

Czech writer and journalist

Author

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Avigdor Dagan

Czech poet and writer, Israeli diplomat

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