The Alexander Sacher Masoch Prize is a literary award which is conferred by the Literaturhaus, Vienna. The prize, worth 7,000 euro, is to support young Austrian writers. It was created in 1994 by the widow of the writer Alexander Sacher Masoch (1901-1972) and is awarded every three years.
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... century) works, such as Venus in Furs (1870), of the Austrian writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (1836–1895) ... as do the denotations in the literatures of de Sade and Sacher-Masoch Gilles Deleuze presented this distinction in his work about Sacher-Masoch ...
46.439 5 Did not advance Wolfgang Sacher LC1 4000 m Individual pursuit 444.375 50.637 2 Q Gallagher (AUS) L 446.788 50.211 Pierre Senska LC4 3000 m Individual pursuit 425.2 ...
... by the 19th century Austrian author Leopold von Sacher-Masoch ... By the middle of 1880s Masoch abandoned the grandiose idea of The Legacy of Cain, although some of the novellas intended for the cycle had been published ... Love also contains the novella Venus in Furs that eventually became Sacher-Masoch's most famous work ...
... "Bad Boys" Graham Sacher 1981 - Bad Boys 425 8 ... "Last Night" Graham Sacher 1981 - Bad Boys 250 9 ... "Ohio" Graham Sacher 1981 - Bad Boys 304 10 ...
3 (1983) Arnold Bax Rhapsodic Ballad (1939) Conrad Beck Epigrams, ( for Paul Sacher) Grant Belgarian Elegy for solo cello Elizabeth Bell Soliloquy (1980) Paul Ben-Haim Music (9 min) (1974) Richard Rodney Bennett. 1980) Luciano Berio Les mots sont allés (1978) (for Paul Sacher) Sequenza VIb (16 min) (1981) Chanson pour Pierre Boulez (Song for Pierre Boulez) (3 min) (2000. 87 (1972) Tema "Sacher," (for Paul Sacher) Gregory Brown Suite Stephen Brown Cello Suites Takkakaw Falls, first suite (2003, 2004) Fire, second suite (2005, revised ...
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