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Novelist Eduardo Mendoza wins coveted Cervantes Prize

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The 2016 Cervantes Prize, the highest literary honor in the Spanish-speaking world, goes to Spanish novelist Eduardo Mendoza. With a unique voice, he took a new look at the crime novel, but explored other genres, too.
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