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Booker Prize
American English: /ˈbʊkər ˌpraɪz/
British English: /ˈbʊkə/

Cultural Note: Booker Prize

En el Reino Unido, un premio literario de un valor de 50.000 libras, que se otorga cada octubre al autor de la mejor novela de ficción que se haya publicado el año anterior. El ganador se elige de entre autores de la Commonwealth y la República de Irlanda. Es patrocinado por la financiera Man Group Plc, y desde 2002 su nombre oficial es the Man Booker Prize.

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