Nobel Prize for Literature
/ noʊˈbel ˈpraɪz fər ˈlɪtərətʃər /
Množina reči Nobel Prize for Literature je Nobel Prize for Literatures.
International prize awarded annually by a committee based in Sweden. It was first awarded 1901 under the will of Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel. Literature is one of six fields to receive Nobel Prizes, the others being physics, chemistry, medicine, economics, and world peace. The interest on the Nobel fund is divided annually among the people (or organizations) who have made the greatest contributions in these fields. For recent winners, see Nobel Prize.