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MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE: 2016 Shortlist Announced

The Man Booker International Shortlist has been announced! ... a Man Booker International Prize list for writers from Angola, Austria, South . ... a Man Booker International Prize list for writers from Angola, Austria, South ... fantasies of abandoning her fleshly prison and becoming – impossibly, ecstatically – a ...

Charlotte Wood wins the 2016 Stella Prize!

Congratulations to Charlotte Wood who was last night awarded the $50,000 Stella Prize for The Natural Way of Things! The Stella Prize, now in its fourth year, is named ... The books opens with two women waking in some sort of prison ... have come to be in prison. Neither woman can make sense ...

I Came to Say Goodbye by Caroline Overington

"Brilliant, original, heart-breaking. I couldn't put it down." Mia Freedman Who is left behind when a family falls apart? It was four o'clock in the morning. A young ... and her boyfriend went to prison for the crime. Police declared ... the author of two non-fiction books, Only in New York and ...

Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace coming to Netflix

... adaptation of Atwood's Man Booker and Orange Prize shortlisted novel ... murderess who is hired from prison to serve as a domestic ... ... adaptation of Atwood’s Man Booker and Orange Prize shortlisted novel ... murderess who is hired from prison to serve as a domestic ...

Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens (BBC adaptation now screening on the ABC)

IN A DARK SQUALID PRISON A BABY GIRL IS BORN . . . ... escape the shadow of the prison walls - and find the love ... eludes her? Extract: Little Dorrit ... eludes her? Extract: Little Dorrit BOOK THE FIRST: POVERTY CHAPTER 1. ... , for his greater ease. A prison taint was on everything there. ...

REVIEW: The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood

... The books opens with two women waking in some sort of prison ... have come to be in prison. Neither woman can make sense ... ... The books opens with two women waking in some sort of prison ... have come to be in prison. Neither woman can make sense ...