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The International Booker Prize
or Man Booker International Prize
Subcategory of Awards International Awards
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History

The International Booker Prize was established in 2005 to acknowledge the contribution of translations to fiction, and to complement The Booker Prize.

From 2005 to 2015 was awarded every two years, and awarded to acknowledge a writer's contribution to global writing. In 2015, the award became an annual award for fiction in translation.

Novels and short fiction are eligible.  

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