Carolina Schutti

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Carolina Schutti (born 1976) is an Austrian writer.[1] Born in Innsbruck, she studied an eclectic range of subjects: German philology, English and American Studies, and music. She obtained her PhD on the work of the Nobel Prize-winning writer Elias Canetti. She then taught at the University of Florence, before joining Literaturhaus am Inn as a researcher. She has published widely on literary matters. Schutti received the 2015 EU Prize for Literature for her novel Einmal muss ich über weiches Gras gelaufen sein (Once I must have trodden soft grass).

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  1. ^ "Carolina Schutti - European Union Prize for Literature". euprizeliterature.eu. Retrieved 5 July 2015.