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Best British Novel Of The Century? Shortlist For 'Best Of The Best' Of UK's Oldest Literary Prize
The James Tait Black Prize was established in Edinburgh almost a century ago, in 1919. "Now, ... students at the university have chosen their six favourite winners of the prize to compete for the one-off accolade of best of the best." The contenders: Angela Carter, Graham Greene, James Kelman, Cormac McCarthy, Caryl Phillips and Muriel Spark. (Missing: Rushdie's Midnight's Children.) The Guardian (UK) 10/22/12
Posted October 23, 2012 12:55 AM

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