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Julian Barnes wins Booker Prize he once named 'posh bingo'
The 65-year-old triumphed with The Sense of an Ending, which at 150 pages was described by one review as a "novella".
- Published: 09:47 October 19, 2011
- British author Julian Barnes poses after winning the 2011 Man Booker Prize for Fiction with his book' The Sense of an Ending' at the Guildhall in London.
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