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Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2010 Longlist Announced

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This morning Booker Prize judges announced the 13-author “Man Booker Dozen” longlist for the 2009 edition of the £50,000 literary prize.

The judges sorted through 138 books to pick the prestigious longlist. The final list includes: Peter Carey for Parrot and Oliver in America and David Mitchell for The Thousand Autumns of Zacob de Zoet.

On Twitter, critics are already weighing in. Edward Champion wrote: “Notable Booker snubs: Martin Amis and Scarlett Thomas.” Novelist Ian Rankin wrote: “Keeping up a red-hot streak of form, yet again I have not read a single book on this year’s Booker long-list.”

The complete list follows after the jump.


Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2010 Longlist

Peter Carey Parrot and Oliver in America (Faber and Faber)

Emma Donoghue Room (Pan MacMillan — Picador)

Helen Dunmore The Betrayal (Penguin — Fig Tree)

Damon Galgut In a Strange Room (Grove Atlantic — Atlantic Books)

Howard Jacobson The Finkler Question (Bloomsbury)

Andrea Levy The Long Song (Headline Publishing Group — Headline Review)

Tom McCarthy C (Random House — Jonathan Cape)

David Mitchell The Thousand Autumns of Zacob de Zoet (Hodder & Stoughton — Sceptre)

Lisa Moore February (Random House — Chatto & Windus)

Paul Murray Skippy Dies (Penguin — Hamish Hamilton)

Rose Tremain Trespass (Random House — Chatto & Windus)

Christos Tsiolkas The Slap (Grove Atlantic — Tuskar Rock)

Alan Warner The Stars in the Bright Sky (Random House – Jonathan Cape)

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