Book awards: Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize

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Collected Poems, 1920-1954: Revised Bilingual Edition by Eugenio Montaletranslator: Jonathan Galassi, 1999
All the Names by José Saramagotranslator: Margaret Jull Costa, 2000
Phedre by Jean Racinetranslator: Edwin Morgan, 2001
They Were Divided by Miklós Bánffytranslator: Patrick Thursfield and Katalin Banffy-Jelen, 2002
The Inferno by Dante Alighieritranslator: Ciaran Carson, 2003
Storm of Steel by Ernst Jüngertranslator: Michael Hofmann, 2004
Pole Poppenspäler by Theodor Stormtranslator: Denis Jackson, 2005
The Door by Magda Szabótranslator: Len Rix, 2006
Ashes for Breakfast: Selected Poems by Durs Grünbeintranslator: Michael Hofmann, 2007
The Maias by Eca de Queirostranslator: Margaret Jull Costa, 2008
How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone by Saša Stanišictranslator: Anthea Bell, 2009
The Embrace by Jamie McKendrick2010
The Elephant's Journey by Jose SaramagoMargaret Jull Costa, 2011
New Finnish grammar by Diego Maranitranslator: Judith Landry, 2012
The Hunger Angel by Herta MüllerPhilip Boehm, 2013
Vrouz: poésie by Valérie RouzeauSusan Wicks, 2014
The End of Days by Jenny ErpenbeckSusan Bernofsky, 2015

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Award description

The Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize is for translations into English from any living European language. It aims to honour the craft of translation, and to recognise its cultural importance.

It is funded by Lord Weidenfeld and by New College, The Queen’s College and St Anne’s College, Oxford.


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