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Cyrus Mistry Wins The 2014 DSC Prize For South Asian Literature

Posted at 8:39AM Monday 20 Jan 2014

'Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer' emerges as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the US $50,000 DSC Prize

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