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Plotting The Booker: An Infographic

Are you writing a novel about an escaped tiger? (They’re quite popular these days.) Well, if you hope to win the Booker prize, you’d increase your odds by 1,300% if you switched your theme to “death.” Related posts: Booker Prize Shortlist Odds With the Booker Prize shortlist out, the bookies have updated... The 2010 Booker [...] Related posts: Booker Prize Shortlist Odds With the Booker Prize shortlist out, the bookies have updated.
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Internet / Blogging : Copyblogger (last year)

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Local Interest / England : Anglotopia (6 hours ago)

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Mix Tape: Thematically Speaking, Death’s Still in the Lead

Academics / Literature : The Kenyon Review Blog (3 years ago)

Check out this infographic of the 2011 Booker Longlist novels broken down by theme. Death is still your best bet by an overwhelming margin, but maybe Nanny Trust Issues, Homicidal Cowboy Brothers, and An Escaped Tiger will gain some...

Man Booker Prize goes to Aravind Adiga for 'The White Tiger'

Entertainment / Books : LA Times: Books (6 years ago)

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A Debut Novel About India Wins the Man Booker Prize

Entertainment / Books : NYTimes: Books (6 years ago)

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