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FIL Literary Prize bestowed by the Civil Association of the Juan Rulfo Latin American and Caribbean Literature Prize

The $150,000 FIL Literature Award is presented in recognition for lifetime achievement in any literary genre. Past recipients include: Nicanor Parra (1991), Juan José Arreola (1992), Eliseo Diego (1993), Julio Ramón Ribeyro (1994), Nélida Piñón (1995), Augusto Monterroso (1996), Juan Marsé (1997), Olga Orozco (1998), Sergio Pitol (1999), Juan Gelman (2000), Juan García Ponce (2001), Cintio Vitier (2002), Rubem Fonseca (2003), Juan Goytisolo (2004), Tomás Segovia (2005), Carlos Monsiváis (2006), Fernando del Paso (2007), António Lobo Antunes (2008), Rafael Cadenas (2009), Margo Glantz (2010), Fernando Vallejo (2011), Alfredo Bryce Echenique (2012), Yves Bonnefoy (2013 ) and Claudio Magris (2014).

The institutions that constitute the Civil Association of the Juan Rulfo Latin American and Caribbean Literature Prize are the National Council for Culture and Arts, the University of Guadalajara, the Fondo de Cultura Económica, the Government of the State of Jalisco, the Municipality of Guadalajara, the Municipality of Zapopan, Bancomext, Arca Continental, Grupo Modelo México, and Fundación Televisa.


2014


© Courtesy Paolo Magris
 

2014
Claudio Magris
   (Trieste, Italia, 1939)




 

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