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A Prize for Edie

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A Prize for Edie

The letter from America arrived too late. The Committee had regarded

acceptance as a foregone conclusion, for no one since Boris Pasternak

had turned down a Nobel Prize. So when Professor Doctor Nels Christianson

opened the letter, there was not the slightest fear on his part, or on that

of his fellow committeemen, Dr. Eric Carlstrom and Dr. Sven Eklund, that

the letter would be anything other than the usual routine acceptance.

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