José Eduardo Agualusa Wins International Dublin Literary Award

José Eduardo Agualusa won the International Dublin Literary Award for his novel A General Theory of Oblivion.

José Eduardo Agualusa has won the 2017 International Dublin Literary Award for his novel A General Theory of Oblivion, translated from Portuguese by Daniel Hahn. The Angolan author scooped the €100,000 (£88,000) prestigious literary award which is the world’s largest prize for a single novel published in English. A General Theory of Oblivion tells the

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2017 International Dublin Literary Award Shortlist

The 2017 International Dublin Literary Award shortlist has been announced. The list which is made up of ten authors includes The Green Road by Irish author Anne Enright, six novels in translation from Angola, Austria, Denmark/Norway, Mexico, Mozambique and Turkey, and novels from Nigeria, Vietnam and the USA. Shortlisted Authors & Books: A General Theory

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International Dublin Literary Award Longlist

International Dublin Literary Award announced its longlisted books for 2017.

The International Dublin Literary Award has announced its 2017 longlist of 147 authors. The prestigious book award is the world’s most valuable annual literary fiction prize for books published in English. There are seven Irish writers on the longlist for the 2017 International Dublin Literary Award. The Irish authors include previous winner Kevin Barry, and

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