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The International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award is the largest and most international prize of its kind for a single work of fiction published in English. It is open to novels written in any language and by authors of any nationality, provided the work has been published in English or English translation. The Award is a joint initiative of the Dublin City Council, the Municipal Government of Dublin, Ireland, and the productivity improvement company IMPAC. The prize is 100,000.

The award is administered by Dublin City Libraries who seek nominations from public libraries from major cities across the world.


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  • Winner: Herta Müller, The Land of Green Plums (translated from the German by Michael Hofmann)
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