Eugen-Helmlé-Übersetzerpreis

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Eugen-Helmlé-Übersetzerpreis is a literary and translation prize of Germany. It was established in 2004 and first awarded in 2005. It is awarded annually and alternates between a French and German winner. The prize winner is awarded with €10,000.[1]

Award winners[edit]

  • 2005: Tobias Scheffel
  • 2006: Claude Riehl (posthumous)
  • 2007: Andrea Spingler
  • 2008: Nicole Bary
  • 2009: Lis Künzli
  • 2010: Olivier le Lay
  • 2011: Sabine Müller and Holger Fock
  • 2012: Alain Lance and Renate Lance-Otterbein
  • 2013: Jürgen Ritte
  • 2014: Cécile Wajsbrot
  • 2015: Hinrich Schmidt-Henkel
  • 2016: Anne Weber
  • 2017: Simon Werle[1]
  • 2018: Olivier Mannoni
  • 2019: Sonja Finck[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Eugen-Helmlé-Übersetzerpreis 2017 geht an den Übersetzer und Autor Simon Werle". www.stadt-sulzbach.de (in German). Retrieved 26 August 2019.
  2. ^ cf. Sonja Finck, in German