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Inside the Man Booker Longlist - The AtlanticSubmitted by The Booker Prizes on Tue, Their names were announced by Chair of judges, Dr. Amanda Foreman , at a press conference at the offices of sponsor Man Group. The shortlist features a variety of voices, from new names to award winners. The books cover a diverse range of subjects, from murder in 19 th century Scotland to classical music in Revolutionary China. In the third year that the prize has been open to writers of any nationality, the shortlist is an even split between two British, two US and two Canadian writers.
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Inside the 2016 Man Booker Longlist
Please refresh the page and retry. T his year's Man Booker Prize shortlist has been announced, starring an expletive-filled satire of race relations, an examination of toxic parenthood, and a searing insight into modern masculinity. Two of the six remaining novels are by British authors, with two from the US, one from Canada and one with the dual citizenship of Canada-UK. Amanda Foreman, chair of judges, said: "The Man Booker Prize subjects novels to a level of scrutiny that few books can survive. Three novels from Penguin Random House are shortlisted alongside three from small, independent publishers. There are six women longlisted, and seven men. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
The Booker Prize for Fiction is a literary prize awarded each year for the best novel originally written in English and published in the UK in the eli The Booker Prize for Fiction is a literary prize awarded each year for the best novel originally written in English and published in the UK in the eligibility year of the prize, regardless of the nationality of its author. The eligibility year currently runs from 1st October to 30th September.
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Submitted by The Booker Prizes on Tue, The year-old New York resident, born in Los Angeles, is the first American author to win the prize in its year history. US authors became eligible in The Sellout is a searing satire on race relations in contemporary America. Like someone shouting fire in a crowded theatre, Mr. Bonbon is being tried in the Supreme Court for attempting to reinstitute slavery and segregation in the local high school as means of bringing about civic order.