Aug 022016
 

Sunday Times literary editor Andrew Holgate has reignited the debate about the recent eligibility rule changes for the Man Booker Prize, saying that making US authors eligible for the Man Booker – which unlike some critics of the move he had been “excited” about when it was first mooted –  has turned out to be “disastrous” for the health of the prize.

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