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>From:         Peter Davies <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: John Dryden Translation Competition 2006
>
>British Comparative Literature Association
>British Centre for Literary Translation
>
>JOHN DRYDEN TRANSLATION COMPETITION 2006
>
>The British Comparative Literature Association and the British Centre
>for Literary Translation (University of East Anglia) are pleased to
>announce their continued joint sponsorship of a translation competition
>for 2006.  Prizes will be awarded for the best unpublished literary
>translations from any language into English.  Literary translation
>includes poetry, prose or drama, from any period; entries may be up to
>25 double-spaced pages in length.
>
>The entry fee is five pounds sterling per entry. If you join the BCLA
>before 31 January 2006, you may submit one entry free of charge.
>
>CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF ENTRIES: 12 February 2006.
>
>First prize: 350 pounds; second prize: 200 pounds; third prize: 100
>pounds.  Other entries may receive commendations.  Prize-winners will
>be announced in July 2006, and prizes will be presented later in the
>year.  Winning entries will be published in full on the BCLA website,
>and extracts from winning entries are eligible for publication in the
>BCLA journal Comparative Critical Studies.
>
>For further details and an entry form, see the BCLA website
><http://www.bcla.org/> or e-mail <[log in to unmask]>.

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