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Rights round-up

In rights news this week:SalesFiction--Random House has sold Who Sings for Lu (Alan Duff) to France.Nonfiction--Black Inc. has sold Turkish translation rights to The Shortest History of Europe (John Hirst) to Say Yayinlari. Random House has sold Surf for Your Life (Tim Baker & Mick Fanning) to Brazil.Film/TV--Black Inc. has...

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