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Book awards: Hertzog Prize for Prose

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Ampie Die kind by Jochem Van Bruggen1927
Die sprinkaanbeampte van Sluis by Jochem Van Bruggen1933
Toiings by Mikro1936
Laat vrugte by C. M. Van den Heever1942
Berigte te Velde by N. P. van Wyk Louw1958
Geknelde land by F. A. Venter1961
Swart pelgrim by F. A. Venter1961
Seven days at the Silbersteins by Etienne Leroux1964
'n Lug vol helder wolke by Karel Schoeman1970
Spiraal by Karel Schoeman1970
Mahala by Chris Barnard1973
Kroniek van Perdepoort by Anna Louw1976
Magersfontein, o Magersfontein! by Etienne Leroux1979
Another Country by Karel Schoeman1986
Ancestral Voices by Etienne van Heerden1989
Abjater wat so lag by Wilma Stockenström1992
This Life: A Novel by Karel Schoeman1995
Die reise van Isobelle by Elsa Joubert1998
The Rights of Desire by André Brink2001
To Hell With Cronje by Ingrid Winterbach2004
The way of the women by Marlene Van Niekerk2007
30 nachten in Amsterdam by Etienne Van Heerden2010
Die Aanspraak van lewende wesens by Ingrid Winterbachnot in English Common Knowledge2013

Award description

The Hertzog Prize or (Hertzogprys) is an annual award given to Afrikaans-language writers by the South African Academy for the Sciences and Arts (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns), The prize was first established in 1914 as part of the Tweede Taalbeweging ("Second Language Movement"); its first winner was Totius for his 1915 poetry collection Trekkerswee (Trekkers' Grief). The prize is awarded in the categories of poetry, prose, and drama.


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