Adelbert von Chamisso Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung
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2017 Prize Winners

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Abbas Khider receives the 2017 Adelbert von Chamisso Prize, endowed with 15,000 euros, for his work to date, in particular his novel Ohrfeige (C. Hanser, 2016).
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Barbi Marković receives the 2017 Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize, endowed with 7,000 euros, for her novel Superheldinnen (Residenz Verlag, 2016), written partially in German and partially in Serbian.
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Senthuran Varatharajah receives the 2017 Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize, endowed with 7,000 euros, for his debut novel Vor der Zunahme der Zeichen (S. Fischer Verlag, 2016).
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About the Chamisso Prize

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Adelbert von Chamisso

Adelbert von Chamisso - born in France, he found a new home in Berlin, led a middle-class life, and achieved recognition during his lifetime as a German poet and as a researcher in the world of international science.

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