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Why The Booker Prize's New World Focus Is Bad For Canadian Writers
So how can "global expansion" mean less literary diversity for the world's most influential English-language literary prize? This question can be answered in two words: Jonathan Franzen. By which I mean that American literature, in all its mighty cultural force, is about to swim up like Moby-Dick and swallow the Booker Prize whole. The Globe & Mail (Canada) 09/28/13
Posted September 30, 2013 09:22 AM

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