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Heywood Hill Literary Prize

The Heywood Hill Literary Prize was awarded yearly to a writer, editor, reviewer, collector or publisher for a lifelong contribution to the enjoyment of books. Andrew Cavendish, 11th Duke of Devonshire sponsored the award, which included a prize worth £15,000, until his death in 2004. Since then, the prize has not been awarded. [1]

The Heywood Hill Literary Prize
Year Recipient
1995 Patrick O'Brian
1996 Penelope Fitzgerald
1997 John Nicoll
1998 Norman Lewis and Richard Ollard (shared)
1999 Jane Gardam
2000 Charles Causley
2001 Michael Holroyd
2002 Michael Frayn
2003 Mark Amory and Hilary Spurling
2004 Beryl Bainbridge

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