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06/17/2013 08:25 am ET Updated Aug 17, 2013

The Perfect Number Of Children For Literary Success - In Pictures | Books | Guardian.co.uk

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Is the pram in the hall the 'sombre enemy of good art' as Cyril Connolly once suggested, or do writers who match creation with procreation find more success? As Zadie Smith hits back at the suggestion that large families limit authors' achievements, we take a look at literary geniuses and their children, with a survey of 12 key book prizes.

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