Man Booker Prize Winners Complete List (1969-2015)

Man Booker Prize Winners Complete List (1969-2015)

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Man Booker Prize Winners Complete List (1969-2015)

2015 : Marlon James, Jamaica (A Brief History of Seven Killings – Novel)
2014 : Richard Flanagan, Australia (The Narrow Road to the Deep North – Historical Novel)
2013 : Eleanor Catton (Born-New Zealand), Canada (The Luminaries – Historical novel)
2012 : Hilary Mantel, United Kingdom (Bring Up the Bodies – Historical novel)
2011 : Julian Barnes, United Kingdom (The Sense of an Ending – Novel)
2010 : Howard Jacobson, United Kingdom (The Finkler Question – Comic novel)
2009 : Hilary Mantel, United Kingdom (Wolf Hall – Historical novel)
2008 : Aravind Adiga, India (The White Tiger – Novel)
2007 : Anne Enright, Ireland (The Gathering – Novel)
2006 : Kiran Desai, India (The Inheritance of Loss – Novel)
2005 : John Banville, Ireland (The Sea – Novel)
2004 : Alan Hollinghurst, United Kingdom (The Line of Beauty – Historical novel)
2003 : DBC Pierre, Australia (Vernon God Little – Black comedy)
2002 : Yann Martel, Canada (Life of Pi – Fantasy and adventure novel)
2001 : Peter Carey, Australia (True History of the Kelly Gang – Historical novel)
2000 : Margaret Atwood, Canada (The Blind Assassin – Historical novel)
1999 : J. M. Coetzee, South Africa (Disgrace – Novel)
1998 : Ian McEwan, United Kingdom (Amsterdam – Novel)
1997 : Arundhati Roy, India (The God of Small Things – Novel)
1996 : Graham Swift, United Kingdom (Last Orders – Novel)
1995 : Pat Barker, United Kingdom (The Ghost Road – War novel)
1994 : James Kelman, United Kingdom (How Late It Was, How Late – Stream of consciousness)
1993 : Roddy Doyle, Ireland (Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha – Novel)
1992 : Michael Ondaatje, Canada (The English Patient – Historiographic metafiction)
1992 : Barry Unsworth, United Kingdom (Sacred Hunger – Historical novel)
1991 : Ben Okri, Nigeria (The Famished Road – Magic realism)
1990 : A. S. Byatt, United Kingdom (Possession – Historical novel)
1989 : Kazuo Ishiguro, United Kingdom (The Remains of the Day – Historical novel)
1988 : Peter Carey, Australia (Oscar and Lucinda – Historical Novel)
1987 : Penelope Lively, United Kingdom (Moon Tiger – Novel)
1986 : Kingsley Amis, United Kingdom (The Old Devils – Comic novel)
1985 : Keri Hulme, New Zealand (The Bone People – Mystery novel)
1984 : Anita Brookner, United Kingdom (Hotel du Lac – Novel)
1983 : J. M. Coetzee, South Africa (Life and Times of Michael K- Novel) South Africa
1982 : Thomas Keneally, Australia (Schindler’s Ark – Biographical novel)
1981 : Salman Rushdie, United Kingdom (Midnight’s Children – Magic realism)
1980 : William Golding, United Kingdom Rites of Passage – Novel)
1979 : Penelope Fitzgerald, United Kingdom (Offshore – Novel)
1978 : Iris Murdoch (Born-United Kingdom), Ireland (The Sea, the Sea – Philosophical novel)
1977 : Paul Scott, United Kingdom (Staying On – Novel)
1976 : David Storey, United Kingdom (Saville – Novel)
1975 : Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (Born-Germany), United Kingdom (Heat and Dust – Historical novel)
1974 : Nadine Gordimer, South Africa (The Conservationist – Novel)
1974 : Stanley Middleton, United Kingdom (Holiday – Novel)
1973 : J. G. Farrell (Born-Ireland), United Kingdom (The Siege of Krishnapur – Novel)
1972 : John Berger, United Kingdom (G. – Experimental novel)
1971 : V. S. Naipaul (Born- Trinidad and Tobago), United Kingdom (In a Free State – Short story)
1970 : J. G. Farrell(Born- Ireland), United Kingdom (Troubles – Novel)
1970 : Bernice Rubens, United Kingdom (The Elected Member – Novel)
1969 : P. H. Newby, United Kingdom (Something to Answer For – Novel)