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Thomas King wins Canadian nonfiction award

In Canada, Thomas King has won the British Columbia National Award for Canadian Nonfiction, worth C$40,000 (A$40,076), for The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America (University of Minnesota Press). The award jury described The Inconvenient Indian as a ‘wry, iconoclastic, and important book that challenges us to think differently...

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