Man Booker Prize

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Man Booker Prize,

see Booker PrizeBooker Prize,
an award of £50,000 (originally £5,000) 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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He won the Booker of Bookers - the only other time a celebratory award has been created for the prize - for Midnight's Children in 1993.
He won the Booker of Bookers, the only other time a celebratory award has been created for the prize, for Midnight's Children in 1993.
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(17) "Booker of Bookers: 25 Years of the Booker Prize," (London) Times, September 21, 1993, p.
Midnight's Children was awarded the Booker Prize in 1981 and also won the Booker of Bookers in 1993.
Who would know this better than Salman Rushdie, the winner of the Booker of Bookers and the showman of the literary world, who has had to live in the shadow of a fatwa issued by a despotic mullah ?