Man Booker Prize


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Man Booker Prize

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(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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The award is different from the Man Booker Prize, which is recognised as the leading award for quality literary fiction written in English.
His thirteen novels include Midnight's Children, for which he won the Man Booker Prize and Booker of Bookers Prize.
The Man Booker Prize for Fiction (formerly known as the Booker--McConnell Prize and commonly known simply as the Booker Prize) is a literary prize awarded each year for the best novel written in English and published in the UK.
Shamsie's seventh novel Home Fire and Mohsin Hamid's Exit West, which made it to the Man Booker Prize shortlist, are up against four other authors for the prize.
Summary: London [UK], Oct 17 (ANI): Northern Irish writer Anna Burns was announced the winner of the 50th Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her book titled 'Milkman'.
ANNA Burns has been named the first Northern Irish winner of the Man Booker Prize.
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Author Anna Burns on Tuesday became the first Northern Irish writer, and the first woman since 2013, to win Britain's renowned Man Booker Prize for her novel "Milkman".
THE English Patient author Michael Ondaatje has been named as one of 13 writers on this year's Man Booker Prize longlist, just weeks after he took home the Golden Man Booker, a one-off accolade to mark the literary prize's 50th anniversary.
The Man Booker Prize for fiction was first awarded in 1969 and this year, for the Edugyan and her Black first time, the list includes novels published in Ireland.
Edugyan and her Black The Man Booker Prize for fiction was first awarded in 1969 and this year, for the first time, the list includes novels published in Ireland.