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Literary prize: Prix Victor Rossel

The prix Victor Rossel is, sadly, known as the 'Belgian Goncourt', having also had the added misfortune of being founded in 1938, only to soon be interrupted by the inconvenience of the war. They've announced this year's winner, and it is Robinson, by Laurent Demoulin; see the Le Soir report, and the Gallimard publicity page for the book.
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