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Booker Prize: tradition of multilingual writers seems to be dying out – more’s the pity / Aled, Rees

Swansesa University Authors: Aled, Rees, Aled, Rees, Aled, Rees

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The ability to speak more than one language informs many writers of fiction, but analysis of Booker Prize shortlists suggests this is not so important any more.

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