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Old 01-09-2019, 08:05 AM   #16
astrangerhere
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Of the front runners, I've rather got my fingers crossed for The Seventh Cross, for diversity's sake if no other. While we're doing fine with women authors (exactly half of the selections to date), we're lagging with non-Anglophone choices at only one so far.
It is also a very unique perspective of the experience of concentration camps from the perspective of political prisoners.
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