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The Premio Campiello is an annual Italian literary prize. A jury of literary experts (giuria di letterati in Italian) identifies books published during the year and, in a public hearing, selects five of those as finalists. These books are called Premio Selezione Campiello. Then a jury of 300 readers (called giuria dei 300 lettori) representing different social, cultural and professional groups from each region of Italy, each with one vote, decides the winner of the selection. Since 2004, the jury of literary experts awards a Premio Campiello Opera Prima for the best debut. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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