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Ferdinand Bordewijk Prize

Summary
The Ferdinand Bordewijk Prize or F. Bordewijk-prijs is a literary award, presented annually by the Jan Campert Foundation to the author of the best Dutch prose book. The prize was established in 1948 as the 'Vijverberg Prize', and has been named after the Dutch author Ferdinand Bordewijk since 1979. The prize includes a cash prize of € 6000, - (2019). Winners ;Vijverberg Prize
  • 1948 - Jo Boer for Kruis of munt
  • 1949 - not awarded
  • 1950 - Josepha Mendels for Als wind en rook
  • 1951 - Theun de Vries for Anna Casparii of Het heimwee
  • 1953 - Albert Helman for De laaiende stilte
  • 1954 - Max Croiset for the play Amphitryon
  • 1955 - not awarded
  • 1956 - Albert van der Hoogte for Het laatste uur
  • 1957 - not awarded
  • 1958 - Marga Minco for Het bittere kruid
  • 1959 - Jos. Panhuijsen for Wandel in het water
  • 1960 - not awarded
  • 1961 - Boeli van Leeuwen for De rots der struikeling
  • 1962 - J.W. Holsbergen for De handschoenen van het verraad
  • 1963 - Harry Mulisch for De zaa
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