_ 1968: Yasunari Kawabata, Japan.
_ 1967: Miguel A. Asturias, Guatemala.
_ 1966: Shmuel Y. Agnon, Polish-born Israeli, and Nelly Sachs, German-born Swede.
_ 1965: Mikhail Sholokhov, Russia.
_ 1964: Jean-Paul Sartre, France (declined award).
_ 1963: Giorgos Seferis, Turkish-born Greek.
_ 1962: John Steinbeck, United States.
_ 1961: Ivo Andric, Yugoslavia.
_ 1960: Saint-John Perse, Guadeloupe-born French.
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