Marie Luise Kaschnitz Prize

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The Marie Luise Kaschnitz Prize (Marie-Luise-Kaschnitz-Preis) is a German literary prize, awarded approximately every two years by the Tutzing Protestant Academy Evangelische Akademie Tutzing. It recognizes the lifetime achievements of writers in the German language. The monetary value is €7500.

The prize commemorates Marie Luise Kaschnitz, who died in 1974. The first award was announced on 14 October 1984.


All the recipients except Aichinger and Fries are currently still alive.

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