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How Many Man Booker Prize-Winning Novels Have You Read?

There are bookworms, and then there are ~Booker~ worms.

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    Faber and Faber / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1969: P. H. Newby — Something to Answer For
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    Eyre & Spottiswoode / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1970: Bernice Rubens — The Elected Member
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1970 (retrospective): J. G. Farrell — Troubles
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    André Deutsch / Via bookshops.com.au
    1971: V.S. Naipul — In a Free State
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    Weidenfeld & Nicholson / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1972: John Berger — G.
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    1973: J. G. Farrell — The Siege of Krishnapur
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1974 (joint): Nadine Gordimer — The Conservationist
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    Hutchinson / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1974 (joint): Stanley Middleton — Holiday
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    Harper and Row / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1975: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala — Heat & Dust
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1976: David Storey — Saville
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    Heinemann / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1977: Paul Scott — Staying On
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    Chatto & Windus / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1978: Iris Murdoch — The Sea, the Sea
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    HarperCollins / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1979: Penelope Fitzgerald — Offshore
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    Faber & Faber / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1980: William Golding — Rites of Passage
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1981: Salman Rushdie — Midnight's Children
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    Hodder and Stoughton / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1982: Thomas Keneally — Schindler's Ark
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    Ravan Press / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1983: J. M. Coetzee — Life & Times of Michael K.
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    1984: Anita Brookner — Hotel du Lac
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    Spiral Press / Via trademe.tmcdn.co.nz
    1985: Keri Hulme — The Bone People
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    Hutchinson / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1986: Kingsley Amis — The Old Devils
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    André Deutsch / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1987: Penelope Lively — Moon Tiger
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    UQP / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1988: Peter Carey — Oscar and Lucinda
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    Faber and Faber / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1989: Kazuo Ishiguro — The Remains of the Day
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    Chatto & Windus / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1990: A. S. Byatt — Possession
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1991: Ben Okri — The Famished Road
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    McClelland and Stewart / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1992 (joint): Michael Ondaatje — The English Patient
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    Hamish Hamilton / Via vam.ac.uk
    1992 (joint): Barry Unsworth — Sacred Hunger
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    Secker and Warburg / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1993: Roddy Doyle — Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
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    Secker and Warburg / Via stat.homeshop18.com
    1994: James Kelman — How Late It Was, How Late
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    Viking Press / Via bookfever.com
    1995: Pat Barker — The Ghost Road
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    Picador / Via fest.englishpen.org
    1996: Graham Swift — Last Orders
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    IndiaInk / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1997: Arundhati Roy — The God of Small Things
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1998: Ian McEwan — Amsterdam
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    Secker & Warburg / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    1999: J. M. Coetzee — Disgrace
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    McClelland and Stewart / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2000: Margaret Atwood — The Blind Assassin
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    UQP / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2001: Peter Carey — True History of the Kelly Gang
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    Knopf / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2002: Yann Martel — Life of Pi
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    Faber and Faber / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2003: DBC Pierre — Vernon God Little
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    Picador / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2004: Alan Hollinghurst — The Line of Beauty
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    2005: John Banville — The Sea
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    Atlantic Monthly Press / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2006: Kiran Desai — The Inheritance of Loss
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2007: Anne Enright — The Gathering
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    Atlantic Books / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2008: Aravind Adiga — The White Tiger
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    Fourth Estate / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2009: Hilary Mantel — Wolf Hall
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    Bloomsbury / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2010: Howard Jacobson — The Finkler Question
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    Jonathan Cape / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2011: Julian Barnes — The Sense of an Ending
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    Fourth Estate / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2012: Hilary Mantel — Bring up the Bodies
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    Victoria University Press / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2013: Eleanor Catton — The Luminaries
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    Vintage / Via upload.wikimedia.org
    2014: Richard Flanagan — The Narrow Road to the Deep North
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