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Booker Prize 2013: Eleanor Catton Becomes Youngest-Ever Winner
"Eleanor Catton made Man Booker prize history twice on Tuesday night the youngest winner for, at 832 pages, the longest novel. The New Zealander was 25 when she began writing The Luminaries, an epic 19th-century gold rush murder mystery." (She is now 28.) The Guardian (UK) 10/15/13
Posted October 16, 2013 01:00 AM




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