The Man Booker Prize 2018 winner name and Book | Announcement


Britain's Most Prestigious Literary Award "Man Booker Prize 2018" has been announced. This year the 13 Longlisted books were unique and refreshing in their own way. Anna Burns won the Prize this Year for Milkman Book. Read the Top six shortlisted book for "The Man Booker Prize 2018"
The Man Booker Prize 2018 winner name and Book | Announcement
The Man Booker Prize 2018 winner name and Book | Announcement 


About the Author:
Anna Burns was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is the author of two novels, "No Bones" and "Little Constructions", and of the novella, Mostly Hero. No Bones won the Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize and was short-listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction. She lives in East Sussex, England. And her Third Novel "Milkman" won the Man Booker Prize for the year 2018. Milkam - is a Psychological Fiction Book published on 15 may 2018.

The Man Booker Prize 2018 winner name and Book | Announcement

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The Blurb of the Book: 
"In this unnamed city, to be interesting is dangerous. Middle sister is our protagonist. She is busy attempting to keep her mother from discovering her nearly-boyfriend and to keep everyone in the dark about her encounter with Milkman (which for the life of her, she cannot work out how it came about). But when first brother-in-law, who of course had sniffed it out, told his wife, her first sister, to tell her mother to come and have a talk with her, middle sister becomes 'interesting'. The last thing she ever wanted to be. To be interesting is to be noticed and to be noticed is dangerous. Milkman is a searingly honest novel told in prose that is as precise and unsentimental as it is devastating and brutal. A novel that is at once unlocated and profoundly tethered to place is surely a novel for our times

Chair of judges Kwame Anthony Appiah comments:
‘The language of Anna Burns’ Milkman is simply marvellous; beginning with the distinctive and consistently realised voice of the funny, resilient, astute, plain-spoken, first-person protagonist. From the opening page her words pull us into the daily violence of her world — threats of murder, people killed by state hit squads — while responding to the everyday realities of her life as a young woman, negotiating a way between the demands of family, friends and lovers in an unsettled time. The novel delineates brilliantly the power of gossip and social pressure in a tight-knit community, and shows how both rumour and political loyalties can be put in the service of a relentless campaign of individual sexual harassment. Burns draws on the experience of Northern Ireland during the Troubles to portray a world that allows individuals to abuse the power granted by a community to those who resist the state on their behalf. Yet this is never a novel about just one place or time. The local is in service to an exploration of the universal experience of societies in crisis.’

Also Read:  Top 10 Distinguished Novels of the Year 2018 | The JCB Prize For Literature

The Complete Long Listed Book for "The Man Booker Prize"
The Man Booker Prize aims to recognize the finest literary Fiction book in English. The literary fest was launched in the year 1969 in the United Kingdom(UK). The Winner of "The Man Booker Prize" receives 50,000 British Pounds and a trophy. Also there shortlisted authors will receive a cheque for 2,500 British Pounds and a Designer bound copy of their book. Before 2014, the prize was open only to authors from UK and Commonwealth, Republic of Ireland and Zimbabwe. Now the Literary Feat is open to any nationality.

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1.Snap by Belinda Bauer  
2.Milkman by Anna Burns  
3.Sabrina by Nick Drnaso  
4.Washington Black by Esi Edugyan 
5.In our Mad and Furious City by Guy Gunaratne  
6.Everything Under by Daisy Johnson  
7.The Mars Boom by Rachel Kushner  
8.The water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh  
9.Warlight by Michael Ondaatje 
10.The Overstory by Richard Powers 
11. The Long Take by Robin Robertson 
12. Normal People by Sally Rooney  
13. From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan 


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