Julian Barnes has won the 2011 Man Booker Prize for his novel The Sense of an Ending. Dame Stella Rimmington, who chaired the jury, said the book has “the markings of a classic of English Literature. It is exquisitely written, subtly plotted and reveals new depths with each readings”. The book was chosen from a shortlist that also featured Carol Birch, Patrick deWitt, Esi Edugyan, Stephen Kelman and A.D.Miller. Visit here for more updates.
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