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Books List: Winners of the 2010 Governor General's Literary Awards

The winners of the 2010 Governor General's Literary Awards were announced Tuesday in Montreal. The English and French-language winners are:

FICTION

Dianne Warren, Cool Water Kim Thúy, Ru

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POETRY

Richard Greene, Boxing the Compass Danielle Fournier, effleurés de lumière

DRAMA

Robert Chafe, Afterimage David Paquet, Porc-épic

NON-FICTION

Allan Casey, Lakeland: Journeys into the Soul of Canada Michel Lavoie, C'est ma seigneurie que je réclame: la lutte des Hurons de Lorette pour la seigneurie de Sillery, 1650-1900

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: TEXT

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Wendy Phillips, Fishtailing Élise Turcotte, Rose: derrière le rideau de la folie

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: ILLUSTRATION

Jon Klassen, Cats' Night Out, text by Caroline Stutson Daniel Sylvestre, Rose: derrière le rideau de la folie

TRANSLATION

Linda Gaboriau, Forests, English translation of Forets by Wajdi Mouawad Sophie Voillot, Le cafard, a French translation of Cockroach by Rawi Hage

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