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The Neustadt International Prize for Literature is a biennial award for literature sponsored by the University of Oklahoma and its international literary publication, World Literature Today. Like the Nobel Prize in Literature, it is awarded for a body of work, not a single work.

24 facts:

1970
   the winner was   
Giuseppe Ungaretti
Italy
1972
   the winner was   
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Columbia
1974
   the winner was   
Francis Ponge
France
1976
   the winner was   
Elizabeth Bishop
United States
1978
   the winner was   
Czeslaw Milosz
Poland
1980
   the winner was   
Joseph Shvorecky
Czechoslovakia
1982
   the winner was   
Octavio Paz
Mexico
1984
   the winner was   
Maavo Haavikko
Finland
1986
   the winner was   
Max Frisch
Switzerland
1988
   the winner was   
Raja Rao
India / United States
1990
   the winner was   
Tomas Transtromer
Sweden
1992
   the winner was   
Joao Cabral De Melo Neto
Brazil
1994
   the winner was   
Edward Kamau Brathwaite
Barbados
1996
   the winner was   
Assia Djebar
Algeria
1998
   the winner was   
Nuruddin Farah
Somalia
2000
   the winner was   
David Malouf
Australia
2002
   the winner was   
Alvaro Mutis
Columbia
2004
   the winner was   
Adam Zagajewski
Poland
2006
   the winner was   
Claribel Alegria
Nicaragua / El Salvador
2008
   the winner was   
Patricia Grace
New Zealand.
2010
   the winner was   
Duo Duo
China
2012
   the winner was   
Rohinton Mistry
India / Canada
2014
   the winner was   
Mia Couto
Mozambique
2016
   the winner was   
Dubravka Ugrešić
Croatia / Netherlands


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