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  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2013 Antonio Muñoz Molina Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    A committed intellectual and scrupulous observer of reality, Muñoz Molina sees writing as a personal treasure trove of shared experiences.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2012 Philip Roth Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    The narrative work of Philip Roth forms part of the great American novel, in the tradition of Dos Passos, Scott Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Faulkner, Bellow and Malamud.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2011 Leonard Cohen Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    Considered one of the most influential authors of our time, his poems and songs have beautifully explored the major issues of humanity in great depth.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2010 Amin Maalouf Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    His work, which has been translated into more than 20 languages, proves him as one of the contemporary writers who has most deeply explored Mediterranean culture, represented as a symbolic space of coexistence.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2009 Ismaíl Kadaré Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    Narrator, essayist and poet, Kadaré represents the pinnacle of Albanian literature and who, without forgetting his roots, has crossed frontiers to rise up as a universal voice against totalitarianism.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2008 Margaret Atwood Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    for her outstanding literary work that has explored different genres with acuteness and irony, and because she cleverly assumes the classic tradition, defends women´s dignity.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2007 Amos Oz Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    the 2007 Prince of Asturias Award for Letters on Israeli writer Amos Oz

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2006 Paul Auster Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    for Letters on Paul Auster for the transformation in literature that he has wrought by blending the best of American and European traditions, for the innovation he has brought to narrative style in the cinema.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2005 Nélida Piñon Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    Author of an inciting work narrative, artistically sustained in the reality and the memory, and also in the fantasy and the dreams.

  • BIOGRAPHY | SPEECH | MINUTES OF THE JURY 2004 Claudio Magris Prince of Asturias Award for Literature

    Claudio Magris epitomises the finest humanistic tradition and the pluralism.

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