2011 Man Booker Prize
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2011 Man Booker Prize

The 2011 Booker Prize for Fiction was awarded at a ceremony on 18 October 2011.[1] The Man Booker longlist of 13 books was announced on 26 July,[2][3] and was narrowed down to a shortlist of six on 6 September.[4] The Prize was awarded to Julian Barnes for The Sense of an Ending.[1][5]

Judging panel

Nominees (shortlist)

Nominees (longlist)

Author Title Genre(s) Country Publisher
Julian Barnes The Sense of an Ending Novel UK Jonathan Cape, Random House
Sebastian Barry On Canaan's Side Novel Ireland Faber and Faber
Carol Birch Jamrach's Menagerie Novel UK Canongate Books
Patrick deWitt The Sisters Brothers Novel Canada Granta
Esi Edugyan Half Blood Blues Novel Canada Serpent's Tail
Yvvette Edwards A Cupboard Full of Coats Novel UK
Stephen Kelman Pigeon English Novel UK Bloomsbury
Patrick McGuinness The Last Hundred Days Novel UK
Alan Hollinghurst The Stranger's Child Novel UK Picador
Andrew Miller Snowdrops Novel UK Atlantic Books
Alison Pick Far to Go Novel Canada
Jane Rogers The Testament of Jessie Lamb Novel UK
D. J. Taylor Derby Day Novel


  1. ^ a b "Booker prize 2011: Julian Barnes triumphs at last". The Guardian. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "Man Booker prize 2011: The longlist in pictures". The Guardian. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ "Man Booker Prize 2011 longlist". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2012.
  4. ^ "The 2011 Man Booker Prize for Fiction Shortlist announced". Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ "The Man Booker Prize 2011- The Winner".

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