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Series: Jan Campertprijzen

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Jan Campertprijzen 19831983
Jan Campertprijzen 1984. J. Bernlef, Ad Zuiderent, Armando, Cyrille Offermans en Kees Fens1984
Jan Campertprijzen 1985. Pierre H. Dubois, Kees Ouwens, J. M. A. Biesheuvel en Willem Wilmink1985
Jan Campertprijzen 19861986
Jan Campertprijzen 19871987
Jan Campertprijzen 19881988
Jan Campertprijzen 1989. A. Koolhaas, Miriam Van hee, Jeroen Brouwers, Ienne Biemans1989
Jan Campertprijzen 1990 by Guus Middag1990
Jan Campertprijzen 19911991
Jan Campertprijzen 1992 by Harry Bekkering1992
Jan Campertprijzen 19931993
Jan Campertprijzen Jeroen Brouwers winnaar Constantijn Huygensprijs by Ad Zuiderent1993
Jan Campert-prijzen 19951995
Jan Campert-prijzen 1996 by Harry Bekkering1996
Jan Campert-prijzen 19971997
Jan Campertprijzen 20002000
Jan Campert-prijzen 20032003
Jan Campertprijzen 2005 (Bericht aan de vrienden van de Jan Campert-stichting, april 2006) by Anton Korteweg e.a.2005
Jan Campert-prijzen 2007 by Yra van Dijk2007

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