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European Prize For Literature To Vladimir Makanin

Posted at 8:18AM Wednesday 14 Nov 2012

The EUROPEAN PRIZE FOR LITERATURE 2012 is awarded to VLADIMIR MAKANIN (Russia), born in 1937 in Orsk, near the Kazakhstan border, for the totality of his work as a writer of novels and short stories.

prixeuropeendelitterature.eu (via Literary Saloon)

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