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    Sarah Churchwell: Neither the diverse nationalities of its authors, nor the settings of their novels, can account for the sheer intensity of feeling and intelligence of ideas in this year's lineup
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    Man Booker 2013: Why this is the best shortlist in a decade

    • Jim Sharp

      SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 11:08 AM A Book Award Without Borders Janie Airey/The Man Booker Prizes Finalists for the 2013 Man Booker Prize were written by citizens of Britain, other Commonwealth countries and Ireland.

    • Jessica Reynolds

      2013's shortlist for the Man Booker prize // Six books that resist generic categories and divert from formal expectations

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      Man Booker 2013: Why this is the best shortlist in a decade.=

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