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Margaret Atwood, author of The Year of the Flood (Anchor), and Amitav Ghosh, author of In an Antique Land (Vintage) have accepted the $1 million dollar Dan David Prize at Tel Aviv University in Israel. Ms. Atwood had been urged by Palestinian groups not to accept the prize as a protest of Israel's policies toward the Gaza Strip and its artists, but according to The New York Times, she told an interviewer before the ceremony that to snub the honor would be tantamount to "throwing overboard the thousands of writers around the world who are in prison, censored, exiled and murdered for what they have published."

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