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Acclaimed duo win oldest book prizes with tales of love and loss
A novel exploring an unlikely relationship between two actors and a biography that opens a window on the world of fine art have tonight (Monday, 14 August) won Britain’s oldest literary awards.
Acclaimed authors Eimear McBride and Laura Cumming join the distinguished list of writers who have won the James Tait Black Prizes, awarded annually by the University of Edinburgh.
The winners of the £10,000 prizes were announced by broadcaster Sally Magnusson at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Laura Cumming and Eimear McBride after the announcement at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
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