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Topic - Esi Edugyan
Three American novelists are among six finalists for Britain's Orange Prize for fiction by women.
Esi Edugyan has won one of Canada's most prestigious literary awards for a novel about a group of black jazz musicians trying to survive in Europe during World War II.
It was fourth time lucky for British writer Julian Barnes, who won literature's Booker Prize on Tuesday after a contest that had as many insults, rivalries and bitter accusations as a paperback potboiler.