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Booker Prize:

see Man Booker PrizeMan Booker Prize,
a prize of £50,000 (originally £20,000) for the best novel of the year published in English in Great Britain; prior to 2014, it was only given to a British, Irish, or Commonwealth writer.
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Man Booker Prize The Man Booker Prize for Fiction is a literary prize awarded each year for the best original novel, written in the English language and published in the UK.
The Man Booker Prize is awarded to what the judges deem as the best novel of the year written in English and published in the UK.
The winner of the Man Booker Prize will be awarded a prize worth 50,000 British Pounds.
a wonderful, unsettling about the depression Prof It is part of the One Book Project run by the Booker Prize Foundation which encourages university students across the UK to read the best of contemporary literary fiction.
Regardless of their chosen field of study, students at universities taking part in the One Book Project are given a winning or shortlisted Man Booker Prize novel to read and discuss, followed by a visit from the author to the institution to talk about the book.
The authors on the Man Booker Prize shortlist will receive 2,500 pounds each and a special hard-bound edition of their book.
Gaby Wood, literary director of the Booker Prize Foundation which is behind the event, said: "We're delighted to be bringing some of this year's Man Booker Prize shortlisted authors to Liverpool - a great city of culture and a city of great readers.
London: Novels on subjects ranging from murder in 19th century Scotland to classical music in revolutionary China were short-listed on Tuesday for the 2016 Man Booker Prize, considered one of the world's most prestigious literary awards.
Despite my many years of writing, the Booker Prize has somehow eluded my grasp, just like every winning novel.
Brighouse author Dan Micklethwaite's book, The Less Than Perfect Legend of Donna Creosote, one of the finalists in the Not the Booker Prize 2016
Okri, who won the prestigious Booker Prize in 1991 for "The Famished Road,'' beat finalists including this year's Booker winner, Richard Flanagan; Japanese literary star Haruki Murakami; and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Cunningham.
Along with four other writers, Ferris and Jacobson went from long list to short list candidates for this year's Man Booker Prize, an honor which bestows great prestige and a handsome sum of roughly $80,000.