Han Kang The Vegetarian wins Man Booker International

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South Korean Novelist Han Kang has been awarded the Man Booker International Prize for his Novel “The Vegetarian” which deals with a woman’s rejection of Human Brutality and giving up of eating meat. Han Kang succeeds over Nobel Laureate Orhanpamuk and Best Seller Elena Ferrante and shared the award with her Translator Deborah Smith Initial Version: Korean Translated into: English Published: Portobello Books Jurist: Noted Critic and Editor Boyd Tonkin About Han Kang: Aged 45 and currently serving as Creative Writing teacher at the Seoul Institute of the Arts Won Yi Sang Literary Prize, The Today’s young artist award and the Korean Literature Novel Award ‘The Vegetarian’ is her first novel to be translated into English by Deborah Smith About the Novel: Consists of Three Part and story of Yeong Hye, a dutiful Korean Wife who is decided to have veg foods Awards: Author and translator 25,000 pounds, along with a newly designed trophy The prize is supported by Man Group, one of the world’s largest independent alternative investment managers, which also promoters the Man Booker Prize for Fiction. About Man Booker International Prize Awarded for Best book in English translation Headquarter United Kingdom Sponsored by Man Group Reward £50,000 from 2016 First awarded 2005 First Awardee Ismail Kadare
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