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EU Lit Prize Winners on the Tyranny of Big Languages

Posted at 7:21AM Wednesday 20 Jun 2012

Three winners of the EU Prize for for Literature gathered together at a panel last month at Book World Pragueto speak about the award, the difficulties of getting their work translated, and the role of agents.

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