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Premio Malaparte

The Premio Malaparte (lit.'Malaparte Prize') is an Italian literary award given annually to an international writer.[1]

History

The Premio Malaparte was created in 1983 by Graziella Lonardi Buontempo [it], Alberto Moravia and the association Amici di Capri. It is named after the writer and journalist Curzio Malaparte and the prize ceremony is held on Capri. The prize became dormant in 1998 but was reactivated in 2012 after efforts from Gabriella Buontempo, general secretary of the association Incontri Internazionali d'Arte.[1]

Laureates

Year Writer Country
1983 Anthony Burgess United Kingdom
1984 Saul Bellow Canada and United States
1985 Nadine Gordimer South Africa
1986 Manuel Puig Argentina
1987 John le Carré United Kingdom
1988 Fazil Iskander Soviet Union
1989 Zhang Jie China
1990 Václav Havel Czechoslovakia
1991 Predrag Matvejević Yugoslavia
1992 Susan Sontag United States
1993 Michel Tournier France
1994 Breyten Breytenbach South Africa
1995 Antonia Susan Byatt United Kingdom
1998 Isabel Allende Chile
2012 Emmanuel Carrère France
2013 Julian Barnes United Kingdom
2014 Donna Tartt United States
2015 Karl Ove Knausgård Norway
2016 Elizabeth Strout United States
2017 Han Kang[2] South Korea
2018 Richard Ford United States
2019 Colm Tóibín[3] Ireland
2020 Amin Maalouf[4] France and Lebanon
2021 Yasmina Reza[5] France
2022 Daniel Mendelsohn[6] United States
2023 Benjamín Labatut[7] Chile

References

  1. ^ a b "Premio Malaparte" (in Italian). Rai Cultura. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  2. ^ "Premio Malaparte ad Han Kang" (in Italian). 12 September 2017. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  3. ^ "Premio Malaparte 2019 a Colm Tóibín" (in Italian). 18 September 2019. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  4. ^ Mariano Della Corte (25 August 2020). "Capri, il Premio Malaparte 2020 allo scrittore libanese Amin Maalouf" (in Italian). Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  5. ^ Giuseppe Fantasia (2 October 2021). "Yasmina Reza: "Quella umana è una brutalità speciale, essere felici è un talento"" (in Italian). Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  6. ^ "Il Premio Malaparte 2022 a Daniel Mendelsohn" (in Italian). 14 September 2022. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  7. ^ "Il premio Malaparte 2023 a Benjamin Labatut" (in Italian). 12 September 2023. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
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