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The look was inspired by Dutch exotic dancer, courtesan, and the World War I spy Mata Hari.
Hari was subsequently exposed as a plagiarist and liar, and his prize was vacated.
In 2008, the British Orwell Prize embarrassed itself by awarding its honor to Johann Hari.
Instead, they left it to the blogs or implied that Hari was being persecuted for minor errors.
But the evidence against Montero and Mata seemed like a slam-dunk.
Here Mata did the family washing; dried daikon in winter, and sweet-potato slices in the summer sun.
She peered at first into Um's room for there, indeed, lay the core of old Mata's heart.
Kano heard a man's deep tones, Mata's thin voice answering an enquiry, and then the soft murmur of Um's words.
As Mata scolded, the girl nestled back among her quilts, smiling mischievously.
"I can give no time to your honorable fooling," cried Mata, in pretended anger.
British Dictionary definitions for Mata Hari
Cultural definitions for Mata Hari
A Dutch spy who worked for both the French and the Germans during World War I. The French executed her in 1917.