- Ondaatje Prize
The Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize is an annual literary award given by the Royal Society of Literature. The £10,000 award is given for a work of fiction, non-fiction or poetry which evokes the "spirit of a place", and which is written by someone who is a citizen of or who has been resident in the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland.
- 2011 — Edmund de Waal, The Hare with Amber Eyes
- 2010 — Ian Thomson, The Dead Yard: Tales of Modern Jamaica
- 2009 — Adam Nicolson, Sissinghurst: an Unfinished History
- 2008 — Graham Robb, The Discovery of France
- 2007 — Hisham Matar, In the Country of Men
- 2006 — James Meek — The People's Act of Love
- 2005 — Rory Stewart, The Places In Between
- 2004 — Louisa Waugh, Hearing Birds Fly
- ^ "RSL Ondaatje Prize home page". Royal Society of Literature. http://www.rslit.org/content/ondaatje. Retrieved 2010-01-16.
- ^ "Christopher Ondaatje homepage". http://www.ondaatje.com/author.htm. Retrieved 2010-01-16.
- ^ Jury, Louise (2004-04-06). "Gulag book shortlisted for Ondaatje Prize". London: The Independent. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/gulag-book-shortlisted-for-ondaatje-prize-559043.html. Retrieved 2010-01-16.
- ^ Allison Flood. "Ondaatje prize goes to Edmund de Waal", The Guardian, 24 May 2011.
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