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Jesse Ball, author of Samedi the Deafness, has won the Plimpton Prize from The Paris Review. The $10,000 award is given each year "to the best work of fiction published in The Paris Review in a given year by an emerging or previously unpublished writer." Samedi the Deafness, meanwhile, is a finalist for The Believer Book Award.

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