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Jim Crace And Hermione Lee Win James Tait Black Prizes

Posted at 7:28PM Sunday 24 Aug 2014

A novel inspired by the daily toil of a shepherdess and a biography of a Booker prize-winning author have scooped the UK's oldest literary awards.

Novelist Jim Crace and biographer Hermione Lee have been awarded the James Tait Black Prizes.

The winners were announced by broadcaster Sally Magnusson at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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