Man Booker Prize

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He was the second consecutive American writer to win the prize.
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Ottessa Moshfegh's stories of selfish people doing foul things capture the dark side of human nature.
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The chair of the judging panel said his novel “The Sellout” was a unanimous choice.
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Ben is only nine when he witnesses the labyrinthine unraveling of his family in a small Nigerian town in 1996. The boys--Ben
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It's all delicious and addictive, but on top of the central mystery, there is so much more to relish in the book. Byatt's satire of academia is pitch perfect with characters representing different strains of scholarship joining the hunt.
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Here are some prize winners and should-be prize winners to check out.
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The TV production of Arthur & George is also well acted, with wonderful sets, locations, and photography, so enjoy it for what it is. Just go out and read the novel, too.
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ntroduced in 1969, the prize is every bit as prestigious to the UK as the National Book Award is to the literary community of America, but last year, a rule change allowed not just novels written by UK writers, but works from any Novelist writing in the English language.
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Benjamin Johncock has written one of the most American novels of the year. The Last Pilot is a historical work of fiction spanning across the defining two decades of the space race from 1947 to 1968.
Culture & Arts
“My first novel was published in 1993 and I noticed it wasn't treated the same ways as books by peers: different treatment
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Prior to departing on a trip home to Australia to visit family, I fell into the web (or should I say tapestry), of Indie author, Prue Batten. Prue resides on a farm in eastern Tasmania with her husband. She writes historical fiction and fantasy.
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Because she spent her childhood in an India, that had not yet opened its doors to the larger world, Indian novelist, Kiran Desai, had only her knowledge from books to rely on, before she later became an immigrant.
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Where art thou, Arundhati Roy? The silence of India's only winner of the Booker Prize is deafening after the country's Maoists, whom she strongly supports, massacred a number of senior politicians recently.
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Davis said it was Proust's monumental work and famously long sentences that helped inspire her succinct writing style. By