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Australians among members of new Man Booker International advisory council

Australian author Thomas Keneally has been announced as a member of a new advisory council for the £60,000 (A$100,385) Man Booker International Prize, along with Australian-born critic and former publisher Carmen Callil, and Australian-born writer D B C Pierre. The council, which is tasked with suggesting writers to be considered...

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