Man Booker Prize Winners

1969
Something to Answer for
by P.H. Newby

1970
The Elected Member
by Bernice Rubens

1971
In a Free State: A Novel
by V.S. Naipaul

1972
G
by John Berger

1973
The Siege of Krishnapur
by J.G. Farrell

1974
Holiday
by Stanley Middleton

1974
The Conservationist
by Nadine Gordimer

1975
Heat and Dust
by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

1976
Saville
by David Storey

1977
Staying On
by Paul Scott

1978
The Sea, the Sea
by Iris Murdoch

1979
Offshore
by Penelope Fitzgerald

1980
Rites of Passage
by William Golding

1981
Midnight’s Children
by Salman Rushdie

1982
Schindler’s List
by Thomas Keneally

1983
Life and Times of Michael K: A Novel
by J. M. Coetzee

1984
Hotel Du Lac
by Anita Brookner

1985
The Bone People
by Keri Hulme

1986
Old Devils
by Kingsley Amis

1987
Moon Tiger
by Penelope Lively

1988
Oscar and Lucinda
by Peter Carey

1989
The Remains of the Day
by Kazuo Ishiguro

1990
Possession
by A.S. Byatt

1991
The Famished Road
by Ben Okri

1992
Sacred Hunger
by Barry Unsworth

1992
The English Patient
by Michael Ondaatje

1993
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
by Roddy Doyle

1994
How Late It Was, How Late: A Novel
by James Kelman

1995
The Ghost Road (The Regeneration Trilogy)
by Pat Barker

1996
Last Orders
by Graham Swift

1997
The God of Small Things
by Arundhati Roy

1998
Amsterdam: A Novel
by Ian McEwan

1999
Disgrace
by J. M. Coetzee

2000
Blind Assassin
by Margaret Atwood

2001
True History of the Kelly Gang: A Novel
by Peter Carey

2002
Life of Pi
by Yann Martel

2003
Vernon God Little
by DBC Pierre

2004
Line of Beauty
by Alan Hollinghurst

2005
The Sea
by John Banville

2006
The Inheritance of Loss
by Kiran Desai

2007
The Gathering
by Anne Enright

2008
The White Tiger: A Novel
by Aravind Adiga

2009
Wolf Hall
by Hilary Mantel

2010
The Finkler Question
by Howard Jacobson

2011
The Sense of an Ending
by Julian Barnes

2012
Bring up the Bodies
by Hilary Mantel
 

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