The Dobloug Prize (Swedish: Doblougska priset, Norwegian: Doblougprisen) is a literature prize awarded for Swedish and Norwegian fiction. The prize is named after Norwegian businessman and philanthropist Birger Dobloug (1881–1944) pursuant to his bequest. The prize sum is 4 * 150,000 Swedish crowns (2011). The Dobloug Prize is awarded annually by the Swedish Academy.[1][2]

Prize winnersEdit

List of winners, source:[3]

Year Swedish winner Norwegian winner
1951 Gunnar Ekelöf Arnulf Øverland
Eyvind Johnson
1952 Sten Selander Tore Ørjasæter
1953 Ivar Lo-Johansson Gunnar Reiss-Andersen
1954 Harry Martinson Inge Krokann
Erik Lindegren
1955 Karl Asplund Herman Wildenvey
Sven Barthel
1956 Bertil Malmberg Emil Boyson
1957 Hans Ruin Tarjei Vesaas
1958 Artur Lundkvist Johan Falkberget
1959 Gustav Hedenvind-Eriksson Aksel Sandemose
1960 Eyvind Johnson Halldis Moren Vesaas
1961 Sara Lidman Alf Larsen
1962 Irja Browallius Inger Hagerup
1963 Lars Ahlin Jan-Magnus Bruheim
1964 Lars Gyllensten Torborg Nedreaas
1965 Fritiof Nilsson Piraten Johan Borgen
1966 Tage Aurell Jakob Sande
1967 Björn-Erik Höijer Ragnvald Skrede
1968 Jan Fridegård Rolf Jacobsen
1969 Sven Lindqvist Olav H. Hauge
1970 Birgitta Trotzig Kåre Holt
1971 Sivar Arnér Stein Mehren
1972 Erik Beckman Hans Børli
1973 Ivar Lo-Johansson Øivind Bolstad
1974 Per E. Rundquist Jens Bjørneboe
1975 Tora Dahl Ragnhild Magerøy
1976 Sven Barthel Sigbjørn Hølmebakk
1977 Margareta Ekström Åsta Holth
1978 Tore Zetterholm Harald Sverdrup
1979 Maria Gripe Nils Johan Rud
1980 Sven Fagerberg Magnhild Haalke
1981 Gunnar E. Sandgren Paal Brekke
1982 P.C. Jersild Gunvor Hofmo
1983 Sandro Key-Åberg Marie Takvam
1984 Sven Rosendahl Astrid Hjertenæs Andersen
1985 Bengt Anderberg Arnljot Eggen
Sara Lidman Bergljot Hobæk Haff
1986 Lars Ardelius Finn Carling
Carl-Henning Wijkmark Knut Hauge
1987 Carl-Göran Ekerwald Paal-Helge Haugen
Torgny Lindgren Bjørg Vik
1988 Per Olov Enquist Edvard Hoem
Göran Sonnevi Jan Erik Vold
1989 Ulla-Britta Lagerroth Eldrid Lunden
Birger Norman Åge Rønning
1990 Sigrid Combüchen Johannes Heggland
Georg Klein Cecilie Løveid
1991 Hans Granlid Torill Thorstad Hauger
Agneta Pleijel Triztán Vindtorn
1992 Tobias Berggren Arnold Eidslott
Göran Printz-Påhlson Øystein Lønn
1993 Madeleine Gustafsson Lars Saabye Christensen
Anna Westberg Kolbein Falkeid
1994 Bertil Romberg Inger Elisabeth Hansen
Eva Runefelt Tor Åge Bringsværd
1995 Per Agne Erkelius Kjell Askildsen
Rita Tornborg Tor Ulven
1996 Inger Edelfeldt Dag Solstad
Lennart Sjögren Wera Sæther
1997 Christer Eriksson Kjartan Fløgstad
Stig Larsson Lars Amund Vaage
1998 Ulf Eriksson Karsten Alnæs
Klas Östergren Ola Bauer
1999 Kristina Lugn Jon Fosse
Ole Söderström Åse-Marie Nesse
2000 Louise Ekelund Jan Kjærstad
Per Odensten Einar Økland
2001 Magnus Florin Svein Jarvoll
Birgitta Lillpers Thorvald Steen
2002 Anne-Marie Berglund Erling Kittelsen
Claes Hylinger Hanne Ørstavik
2003 Mare Kandre Bjørn Aamodt
Anders Palm Rune Christiansen
2004 Ann Jäderlund Trude Marstein
Björn Ranelid Marit Tusvik
2005 Lars Lönnroth Hans Herbjørnsrud
Steve Sem-Sandberg Tone Hødnebø
2006 Carl Fehrman Hanne Bramness
Carola Hansson Karin Gundersen
2007 Lars Furuland Arvid Torgeir Lie
Elisabeth Rynell Jan Jakob Tønseth
2008 Niklas Rådström Ragnar Hovland
Johan Cullberg Merethe Lindstrøm
2009 Ellen Mattson Thure Erik Lund
Ingela Strandberg Gunnhild Øyehaug
2010 Martin Kylhammar Øyvind Rimbereid
Bruno K. Öijer Arild Stubhaug
2011 Gunnar Harding Knut Ødegård
Daniel Hjorth Beate Grimsrud
2012 Helena Eriksson Roy Jacobsen
Magnus Dahlström Ellen Einan
2013 Lars Jakobson Karin Moe
Sara Stridsberg Torgeir Rebolledo Pedersen
2014 Carl-Johan Malmberg Britt Karin Larsen
Björn Meidal Torild Wardenær
2015 Peter Cornell Kjersti Annesdatter Skomsvold
Ylva Eggehorn Ole Robert Sunde
2016 Kristina Sandberg Inghill Johansen
Mirja Unge Per Petterson
2017 Theodor Kallifatides Steinar Opstad
Ulf Lundell Linn Ullmann
2018 Johannes Anyuru Helge Torvund
Ida Börjel Vigdis Hjorth
2019[4] Ernst Brunner Johan Harstad
Carin Franzén Olaug Nilssen

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Website of the Swedish Academy describing the prize (Swedish language)) Archived October 16, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Svenska Akademien (Store norske leksikon)
  3. ^ Doblougprisen (Store norske leksikon)
  4. ^ "Doblougska priset". svenskaakademien.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 22 December 2019.