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Booker Prize Longlist Set To Be Revealed

Posted at 6:49AM Wednesday 23 Jul 2014

The 12-strong longlist for the Man Booker Prize is set to be unveiled later, with world titles eligible for the first time in its history.

The prize is newly open to US writers, alongside any other authors writing in English and published in the UK.

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