Man Booker Prize

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Man Booker Prize

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Movements) an annual prize for a work of Commonwealth or Irish fiction of £50,000, awarded as the Booker Prize from 1969–2002
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His thirteen novels include Midnight's Children, for which he won the Man Booker Prize and Booker of Bookers Prize.
After winning the Booker prize and then the Booker of Bookers, it was only a matter of time before someone snapped up film rights to Salman Rushdie's highly appreciated novel, Midnight's Children.
Battling all objections from Iraq, the first film adaptation of controversial author Salman Rushdie's "Booker of Bookers" novel <em>Midnight's Children</em> has finished shooting in Sri Lanka.
The British novelist won the award in 1981 with Midnight's Children, a book which was also the recipient of the Booker of Bookers in 1993 and the Best of the Booker this year.
The novel won a second time in 1993 when it was chosen as the Booker of Bookers, an award marking 25 years of Booker Prizes.
It also scooped the Booker of Bookers - the only other time a celebratory award has been created for the prize - in 1993.