Booker-prize



noun
the former name for Man Booker Prize
Contemporary Examples

The Power of the Booker Daniel D’Addario October 11, 2010
Hatchet Job of the Year 2014 Shortlist Announced The Telegraph January 18, 2014
The 12 Biggest Booker Prize Controversies Thomas Flynn July 22, 2013
The Hilarious Booker Winner Matthew Syed October 13, 2010
The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard August 19, 2010
Mantel Books the Booker John Sutherland October 5, 2009
The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard September 8, 2009
Hurrah for Barnes! Roxanne Coady October 17, 2011
5×15 Speaking Series’ American Debut Announced September 20, 2012
The Power of the Booker Daniel D’Addario October 11, 2010

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