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2015 Man Booker Prize for Fiction: Judges announced

The judges for the 2015 Man Booker Prize for Fiction are announced today, Thursday 11 December 2014. 

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Welcome to the home of the Man Booker Prizes with exclusive news, interviews and articles about the Man Booker Prize for Fiction and the Man Booker International Prize, sponsored by Man Group plc.

The lost works of Kazuo Ishiguro (that will probably never see the light of day) and the modesty of David Nicholls http://t.co/eUN8NB9fKp


.@UCT_news reflect on life and work of #ManBooker shortlisted Andre Brink http://t.co/dloKkjZr4E


See #ManBooker winner Howard Jacobson in conversation with Alex Clark at the British Library on Thursday 19 March http://t.co/gMYRYLMl3C


#Manbooker2015 submissions deadline day approaches: Friday 6 March http://t.co/UVRmM56ZCY


Support for Catton, Aminatta Forna on pigeonholing in literature, Flanagan the Oxford man and Barnes on screen http://t.co/WYCnCwLyl6


Ishiguro: The Buried Memory

Kazuo Ishiguro, Man Booker winner in 1989 with The Remains of the Day, is a famously slow writer. His latest novel, The Buried Giant, has just been published and took a full 10 years to write  more »

The Narrow Road to Oxford

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Ishiguro channels Clint Eastwood

Who would have thought that the author who brought us Stevens the butler in Remains of the Day (Man Booker winner in 1989) has secretly been harbouring a desire to write about that staple of film Westerns, a lone man on a horse? It has, it seems, long been Kazuo Ishiguro's wish and it has now come to fruition with his new novel The Buried Giant.  more »


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