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The 2013 Man Booker Shortlist: Colm Tóibín’s The Testament of Mary

The Man Booker Prize, launched in 1969, aims to promote the finest in fiction by rewarding the year’s best novel written by a citizen of the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland. Dorothy Johnston delves into one of the shortlisted works of 2013–Colm Tóibín’s … Read more »

The 2013 Man Booker Shortlist: Jim Crace’s Harvest

The Man Booker Prize, launched in 1969, aims to promote the finest in fiction by rewarding the year’s best novel written by a citizen of the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland. Carody Culver delves into one of the shortlisted works of 2013–Jim Crace’s … Read more »

The 2013 Man Booker Shortlist: Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being

  The Man Booker Prize, launched in 1969, aims to promote the finest in fiction by rewarding the year’s best novel written by a citizen of the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland. Sonia Nair delves into one of the shortlisted works of 2013–Ruth … Read more »