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March 30, 2011

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I predict Philip Roth as a winner, but as an Italian I go for Dacia Maraini (although I should be ashamed that I've never read her).

I think your prediction may be spot on. I'd put Rohinton Mistry as the dark horse candidate...

It's amazing that there are two Malouf (although spelled differently) in the list.

I haven't read Mistry. What a shame!

Ha! Somehow I skimmed over the Malouf/Maalouf bit.

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