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Rossica Translation Prize 2014 Shortlist

Posted at 12:22PM Friday 28 Feb 2014

The Rossica Prize aims to promote the best of Russian literary culture in the English-speaking world, rewarding and encouraging the translation of a broad range of authors, genres and periods. The Rossica Prize judges – Professor Donald Rayfield, Professor Andrew Kahn and Dr. Oliver Ready – chose this year's shortlist from a wide selection of Russian literary writing, past and present. A prize of £3000 will be awarded to the winning translation, to be split between the translator and the publisher at the judges' discretion.

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