Who won the first Booker Prize for India?

Who won the first Booker Prize?

It was called The Booker Prize from 1969 to 2001. PH Newby was the first winner of the prize in 1969 with Something to Answer For.

How many Indian have won Booker Prize?

Naipaul, the Indian trinidadian, the Prize has been awarded to four indians—salman rushed in 1981, Arundhati Roy in 1997, Kiran Desai in 2006 and most recently in 2008 to Aravind Adiga.

Who won the Booker Prize 2021?

David Diop, a French writer and academic, won the prize with his unsettling tale, translated by Anna Moschovakis, of two Senegalese soldiers fighting in the trenches of the First World War.

Who is the first woman Booker Prize winner?

In 1970, Bernice Rubens became the first woman to win the Booker Prize, for The Elected Member. The rules of the Booker changed in 1971; previously, it had been awarded retrospectively to books published prior to the year in which the award was given.

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