110 Laureates of the Nobel Prize in Literature

Name all 110 laureates of the Nobel Prize in Literature (until 2013). If the prize was split, name all laureates.
You can suffice with the last word of their last name (in case their last name has multiple words)
Answers according to nobelprize.org, last inclusion 2013.
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Year
Category
Country of birth
Laureate
1901
Literature
France
Sully Prudhomme
1902
Literature
Schleswig (now Germany)
Theodor Mommsen
1903
Literature
Norway
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
1904
Literature
France
Frédéric Mistral
1904
Literature
Spain
José Echegaray
1905
Literature
Poland
Henryk Sienkiewicz
1906
Literature
Tuscany (now Italy)
Giosuè Carducci
1907
Literature
British India (now India)
Rudyard Kipling
1908
Literature
East Friesland (now Germany)
Rudolf Eucken
1909
Literature
Sweden
Selma Lagerlöf
1910
Literature
Prussia (now Germany)
Paul Heyse
1911
Literature
Belgium
Maurice Maeterlinck
1912
Literature
Prussia (now Germany)
Gerhart Hauptmann
1913
Literature
India
Rabindranath Tagore
1915
Literature
France
Romain Rolland
1916
Literature
Sweden
Verner von Heidenstam
1917
Literature
Denmark
Karl Gjellerup
1917
Literature
Denmark
Henrik Pontoppidan
1919
Literature
Switzerland
Carl Spitteler
1920
Literature
Norway
Knut Hamsun
1921
Literature
France
Anatole France
1922
Literature
Spain
Jacinto Benavente
1923
Literature
Ireland
William Butler Yeats
1924
Literature
Russian Empire (now Poland)
Wladyslaw Reymont
1925
Literature
Ireland
George Bernard Shaw
1926
Literature
Italy
Grazia Deledda
1927
Literature
France
Henri Bergson
1928
Literature
Denmark
Sigrid Undset
1929
Literature
Germany
Thomas Mann
1930
Literature
USA
Sinclair Lewis
1931
Literature
Sweden
Erik Axel Karlfeldt
1932
Literature
United Kingdom
John Galsworthy
1933
Literature
Russia
Ivan Bunin
1934
Literature
Italy
Luigi Pirandello
1936
Literature
USA
Eugene O'Neill
1937
Literature
France
Roger Martin du Gard
1938
Literature
USA
Pearl Buck
1939
Literature
Russian Empire (now Finland)
Frans Eemil Sillanpää
1944
Literature
Denmark
Johannes V. Jensen
1945
Literature
Chile
Gabriela Mistral
1946
Literature
Germany
Hermann Hesse
1947
Literature
France
André Gide
1948
Literature
USA
T.S. Eliot
1949
Literature
USA
William Faulkner
1950
Literature
United Kingdom
Bertrand Russell
1951
Literature
Sweden
Pär Lagerkvist
1952
Literature
France
François Mauriac
1953
Literature
United Kingdom
Winston Churchill
1954
Literature
USA
Ernest Hemingway
1955
Literature
Iceland
Halldór Laxness
1956
Literature
Spain
Juan Ramón Jiménez
1957
Literature
Algeria
Albert Camus
1958
Literature
Russia
Boris Pasternak
1959
Literature
Italy
Salvatore Quasimodo
1960
Literature
Guadeloupe Island
Saint-John Perse
Year
Category
Country of birth
Laureate
1961
Literature
Bosnia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ivo Andric
1962
Literature
USA
John Steinbeck
1963
Literature
Ottoman Empire (now Turkey)
Giorgos Seferis
1964
Literature
France
Jean-Paul Sartre
1965
Literature
Russia
Mikhail Sholokhov
1966
Literature
Austria-Hungary (now Ukraine)
Shmuel Agnon
1966
Literature
Germany
Nelly Sachs
1967
Literature
Guatemala
Miguel Angel Asturias
1968
Literature
Japan
Yasunari Kawabata
1969
Literature
Ireland
Samuel Beckett
1970
Literature
Russia
Alexandr Solzhenitsyn
1971
Literature
Chile
Pablo Neruda
1972
Literature
Germany
Heinrich Böll
1973
Literature
United Kingdom
Patrick White
1974
Literature
Sweden
Eyvind Johnson
1974
Literature
Sweden
Harry Martinson
1975
Literature
Italy
Eugenio Montale
1976
Literature
Canada
Saul Bellow
1977
Literature
Spain
Vicente Aleixandre
1978
Literature
Russian Empire (now Poland)
Isaac Bashevis Singer
1979
Literature
Crete (now Greece)
Odysseus Elytis
1980
Literature
Russian Empire (now Lithuania)
Czeslaw Milosz
1981
Literature
Bulgaria
Elias Canetti
1982
Literature
Colombia
Gabriel García Márquez
1983
Literature
United Kingdom
William Golding
1984
Literature
Austria-Hungary (now Czech Republic)
Jaroslav Seifert
1985
Literature
Madagascar
Claude Simon
1986
Literature
Nigeria
Wole Soyinka
1987
Literature
USSR (now Russia)
Joseph Brodsky
1988
Literature
Egypt
Naguib Mahfouz
1989
Literature
Spain
Camilo José Cela
1990
Literature
Mexico
Octavio Paz
1991
Literature
South Africa
Nadine Gordimer
1992
Literature
Saint Lucia
Derek Walcott
1993
Literature
USA
Toni Morrison
1994
Literature
Japan
Kenzaburo Oe
1995
Literature
Northern Ireland
Seamus Heaney
1996
Literature
Poland
Wislawa Szymborska
1997
Literature
Italy
Dario Fo
1998
Literature
Portugal
José Saramago
1999
Literature
Free City of Danzig (now Poland)
Günter Grass
2000
Literature
China
Gao Xingjian
2001
Literature
Trinidad
V. S. Naipaul
2002
Literature
Hungary
Imre Kertész
2003
Literature
South Africa
J. M. Coetzee
2004
Literature
Austria
Elfriede Jelinek
2005
Literature
United Kingdom
Harold Pinter
2006
Literature
Turkey
Orhan Pamuk
2007
Literature
Persia (now Iran)
Doris Lessing
2008
Literature
France
Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio
2009
Literature
Romania
Herta Müller
2010
Literature
Peru
Mario Vargas Llosa
2011
Literature
Sweden
Tomas Tranströmer
2012
Literature
China
Mo Yan
2013
Literature
Canada
Alice Munro
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Level 66
Nov 8, 2015
I think there are at least two identification problems: It didn't accept:

- Le Clezio

- Garcia Marquez, nor García Márquez

Quiz master, please check it...

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Level 39
Jan 21, 2019
It's not up to date! Where's Dylan?
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Level 71
Mar 23, 2020
If you want to be precise, country of birth for 1961 lauerate was Austria-Hungary, Bosnia as an independent country did not exist at time of his birth