Consuming Fictions: The Booker Prize and Fiction in Britain Today

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There have been many significant changes over the past two decades in the consumption of serious literary fiction in Britain, readers and booktrade have responded to the development of a prize culture in which the Booker and its shortlist have caught the limelight and flourished, and other literary awards - the Whitbread, the "Sunday Express", The Betty Trask, the "Irish Times"/Aer Lingus - have followed suit. The rise of the major book chains - Smiths, Waterstone's, Dillons, Books Etc, Blackwell's - together with trade ...

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