The Swedish Academy published the names of the new new members of the Committee, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature. DPA said Monday.
New members of the Nobel Committee for Literature are the publishers Henrik Petersen, writer and translator of Gun-Britt Sundström and literary critics Mikaela Blomqvist, Rebecca Karde and Kristoffer Leandoer.
The committee is chaired by a member of the Swedish Academy of Pera Wästberg. Other members include Horace Engdahl, Kristina Lugn, Anders Olsson and Jesper Svenbro.
The Swedish Academy in May 2018 said that this stream would not give the Nobel Prize for Literature. She has made a decision against the French crack Jean-Claude Arnault, who is a prominent speaker for cultural life in Sweden and a member of the Nobel Prize committee for the literature of Katarina Frostenson.
Dagens Nyheter's newspaper autumn wrote about an indigenous harassment of 18 women certified by Arnault. Arnault is also responsible for replacing the laureates names of this award, which, according to tradition, must be confidential.
The scandals around Arnault killed the reputation of a Swedish Academy, leaving several members even to the center.