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A reference for Used and Rare Books, Periodicals, and Paper Ephemera courtesy of an International Co-Op of Independent Dealers.
 
 
 
Booker Fiction Award
 
 
Awarded to: Established in 1968 by Booker McConnell Ltd., eligible novels must be written in English by a citizen of Britain, the Commonwealth, or the Republic of Ireland.
 
2016
Paul Beatty: The Sellout
 
2015
Marlon James: A Brief History of Seven Killings
 
2014
Richard Flanagan: The Narrow Road to the Deep North
 
2013
Eleanor Catton: The Luminaries
 
2012
Hilary Mantel: Bring Up the Bodies
 
2011
Julian Barnes: The Sense of an Ending
 
2010
Howard Jacobson: The Finkler Question
 
2009
Hilary Mantel: Wolf Hall
 
2008
Aravind Adiga: The White Tiger
 
2007
Anne Enright: The Gathering
 
2006
Kiran Desai: The Inheritance of Loss
 
2005
John Banville: The Sea
 
2004
Alan Hollinghurst: Line of Beauty
 
2003
DBC Pierre: Vernon God Little
 
2002
Yann Martel: Life of Pi
 
2001
Peter Carey: True History of the Kelly Gang
 
2000
Margaret Atwood: The Blind
 
1999
J.M. Coetzee: Disgrace
 
1998
Ian McEwan: Amsterdam
 
1997
Arundhati Roy: The God of Small Things
 
1996
Graham Swift: Last Orders
 
1995
Pat Barker: The Ghost Road
 
1994
James Kelman: How Late it Was, How Late
 
1993
Roddy Doyle: Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
 
1992*
Michael Ondaatje: The English Patient
Barry Unsworth: Sacred Hunger
 
1991
Ben Okri: The Famished Road
 
1990
A S Byatt: Possession
 
1989
Kazuo Ishiguro: The Remains of the Day
 
1988
Peter Carey: Oscar and Lucinda
 
1987
Penelope Lively: Moon Tiger
 
1986
Kingsley Amis: The Old Devils
 
1985
Keri Hulme: The Bone People
 
1984
Anita Brookner: Hotel du Lac
 
1983
J M Coetzee: Life & Times of Michael K
 
1982
Thomas Keneally: Schindler's Ark
 
1981
Salman Rushdie: Midnight's Children
 
1980
William Golding: Rites of Passage
 
1979
Penelope Fitzgerald: Offshore
 
1978
Iris Murdoch: The Sea, The Sea
 
1977
Paul Scott: Staying On
 
1976
David Storey: Saville
 
1975
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: Heat and Dust
 
1974*
Nadine Gordimer: The Conservationist
Stanley Middleton: Holiday
 
1973
J G Farrell: The Siege of Krishnapur
 
1972
John Bergen: G
 
1971
V S Naipaul: In a Free State
 
1970
Bernice Rubens: The Elected Member
 
1969
P H Newby: Something to Answer For
 
* Joint Winners (1974, 1992)
Prepared by Barry Watts
Pegasus Book Orphanage, Australia.
 
 
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