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May 30, 2012
Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
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Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel "The Song of Achilles" at the Royal Festival Hall, London 30 May 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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May 30, 2012
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel "The Song of Achilles" at the Royal Festival Hall, London 30 May 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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May 30, 2012
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
Author Madeline Miller holds her book after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel "The Song of Achilles" at the Royal Festival Hall, London 30 May 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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May 30, 2012
Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel...
Author Madeline Miller holds her statuette after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction Award for her novel "The Song of Achilles" at the Royal Festival Hall, London 30 May 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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UK's Orange Fiction Prize - 09 Jun 2011
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June 08, 2011
Serbian-U.S. author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel "The...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian-U.S. author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel "The...
Serbian-U.S. author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel "The Tiger's Wife" at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht poses before winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel "The Tiger's Wife" at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts after being presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht is presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts after being presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife by judging chair Bettany Hughes (R) at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (R) is presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht is presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (R) is presented the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife by judging chair Bettany Hughes at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (L) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (L) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife, at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts after winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts after winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts after winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife, at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Belgrade-born author Tea Obreht (C) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Tea Obreht reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife, at the...
Belgrade-born author Tea Obreht (C) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife, at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 08, 2011
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (C) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
London, United Kingdom
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
Serbian/American author Tea Obreht (C) reacts on winning the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel The Tiger's Wife, at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. At 25, Obreht is the youngest author to scoop the award, which honours female writers from around the world and is now in its 16th year. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. At right is shortlisted author Emma Donoghue. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel...
London, United Kingdom
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel...
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel...
London, United Kingdom
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel...
Kathleen Winter, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Annabel at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House...
London, United Kingdom
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House...
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House...
London, United Kingdom
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House...
Nicole Krauss, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Great House at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace...
London, United Kingdom
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace...
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace Williams Says It Loud at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace...
London, United Kingdom
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace...
Emma Henderson, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Grace Williams Says It Loud at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory...
London, United Kingdom
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory...
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory of Love at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at...
London, United Kingdom
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at...
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory...
London, United Kingdom
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory...
Aminatta Forna, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Memory of Love at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at...
London, United Kingdom
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at...
Emma Donoghue, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel Room at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's...
London, United Kingdom
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's...
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's Wife at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's...
London, United Kingdom
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's...
Tea Obreht, shortlisted author for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, poses with her novel The Tiger's Wife at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 08, 2011
Shortlisted authors for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction pose with their novels at the Royal Festival...
London, United Kingdom
Shortlisted authors for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction pose with their novels at the Royal Festival...
Shortlisted authors for the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction pose with their novels at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 8, 2011. From left are Tea Obreht, author of The Tiger's Wife, Aminatta Forna, author of The Memory of Love, Nicole Krauss, author of Great House, Emma Donoghue, author of Room, Kathleen Winter, author of Annabel and Emma Henderson, author of Grace Williams Says It Loud. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)
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June 04, 2009
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
US author Robinson smiles during an interview in central London
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009. Robinson won the Orange Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for "Home", the companion piece to her acclaimed "Gilead". Britain's annual award to the best novel written in English by a woman, worth 30,000 pounds ($50,000) to the winner, follows a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, which appeared in 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN MEDIA)
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June 04, 2009
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
US author Robinson smiles during an interview in central London
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009. Robinson won the Orange Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for "Home", the companion piece to her acclaimed "Gilead". Britain's annual award to the best novel written in English by a woman, worth 30,000 pounds ($50,000) to the winner, follows a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, which appeared in 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN MEDIA SOCIETY)
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June 04, 2009
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
US author Robinson smiles during an interview in central London
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009. Robinson won the Orange Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for "Home", the companion piece to her acclaimed "Gilead". Britain's annual award to the best novel written in English by a woman, worth 30,000 pounds ($50,000) to the winner, follows a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, which appeared in 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN MEDIA)
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June 04, 2009
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
US author Robinson smiles during an interview in central London
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009. Robinson won the Orange Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for "Home", the companion piece to her acclaimed "Gilead". Britain's annual award to the best novel written in English by a woman, worth 30,000 pounds ($50,000) to the winner, follows a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, which appeared in 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN MEDIA HEADSHOT SOCIETY)
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June 04, 2009
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
US author Robinson smiles during an interview in central London
U.S. author Marilynne Robinson smiles during an interview with Reuters in central London June 4, 2009. Robinson won the Orange Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for "Home", the companion piece to her acclaimed "Gilead". Britain's annual award to the best novel written in English by a woman, worth 30,000 pounds ($50,000) to the winner, follows a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, which appeared in 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 04, 2008
Author Rose Tremain poses with her award for her novel "The Road Home" after winning the Orange Prize...
London, United Kingdom
Author Rose Tremain poses with her award for her novel "The Road Home" after winning the Orange Prize...
Author Rose Tremain poses with her award for her novel "The Road Home" after winning the Orange Prize for Fiction at the Royal festival Hall in London June 4, 2008. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
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June 04, 2008
British author Rose Tremain poses with her book "The Road Home" before the awards ceremony for the Orange...
London, United Kingdom
British author Tremain poses with her book "The Road Home" before the awards ceremony for the Orange...
British author Rose Tremain poses with her book "The Road Home" before the awards ceremony for the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction at the Royal Festival Hall in London June 4, 2008. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith walks to collect her award after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction...
London, UK
British author Zadie Smith walks to collect her award after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fi.....
British author Zadie Smith walks to collect her award after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006.
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
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British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel '.....
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006.
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June 06, 2006
British author Jacqueline Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal...
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British author Jacqueline Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal.....
British author Jacqueline Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. [British author Zadie Smith was awarded the prize for her book 'On Beauty'. ]
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction...
London, UK
British author Zadie Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction.....
British author Zadie Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006.
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June 06, 2006
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry (L) and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize for...
London, UK
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry (L) and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize .....
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry (L) and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. [British author Zadie Smith was awarded the prize for her book 'On Beauty'.]
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
London, UK
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel '.....
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006.
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
London, UK
British author Zadie Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel .....
British author Zadie Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006.
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June 06, 2006
British author Jacqueline Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal...
London, United Kingdom
British author Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice...
British author Jacqueline Wilson attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. British author Zadie Smith was awarded the prize for her book 'On Beauty'. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry (L) and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize for...
London, United Kingdom
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction...
Artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry (L) and wife Philippa attend the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. British author Zadie Smith was awarded the prize for her book 'On Beauty'. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith walks to collect her award after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction...
London, United Kingdom
British author Smith walks to collect her award after winning Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel...
British author Zadie Smith walks to collect her award after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
London, United Kingdom
British author Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty'...
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
Authors nominated for the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction (L-R) Sarah Waters, Hilary Mantel, Ali Smith,...
London, United Kingdom
Authors nominated for the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction pose for photographers before the awards...
Authors nominated for the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction (L-R) Sarah Waters, Hilary Mantel, Ali Smith, Carrie Tiffany and Zadie Smith pose for photographers before the awards ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. Author Nicole Smith was also nominated but not present at the ceremony. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction...
London, United Kingdom
British author Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty'...
British author Zadie Smith clutches her 'Bessie' after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
Comedian Jenny Eclair attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice...
London, United Kingdom
Comedian Eclair attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice...
Comedian Jenny Eclair attends the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. British author Zadie Smith was awarded the prize for her book 'On Beauty'. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
London, United Kingdom
British author Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty'...
British author Zadie Smith cries after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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June 06, 2006
British author Zadie Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On...
London, United Kingdom
British author Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty'...
British author Zadie Smith smiles after winning the eleventh Orange Prize for Fiction for her novel 'On Beauty' at a ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Valerie Martin, holds her award after winning the Orange Prize
for Fiction, with her book...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION WINNER MARTIN HOLDS HER AWARD IN LONDON.
U.S. author Valerie Martin, holds her award after winning the Orange Prize
for Fiction, with her book 'Property', in central London, June 3, 2003.
Martin was announced as the winner of the award celebrating writing by women
in the English language published in the UK on Tuesday evening, walking away
with a cheque for 30, 000 ($49, 170) pounds sterling. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott
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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Valerie Martin (L), holds her award after winning the
Orange Prize for Fiction, with her...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION WINNER MARTIN HOLDS HER AWARD IN LONDON.
U.S. author Valerie Martin (L), holds her award after winning the
Orange Prize for Fiction, with her book 'Property', as she stands with
British supermodel and author Sophie Dahl in London, June 3, 2003.
Martin was announced as the winner of the award celebrating writing by
women in the English language published in the UK on Tuesday evening,
walking away with a cheque for 30,000 ($49,170) pounds sterling.
REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Donna Tartt (L), is presented with her Orange Prize for
Fiction runners up bouquet of flowers...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION RUNNER UP MARTIN IS PRESENTED WITH FLOWERS BY
DAHL IN LONDON.
U.S. author Donna Tartt (L), is presented with her Orange Prize for
Fiction runners up bouquet of flowers by British supermodel and author
Sophie Dahl in London, June 3, 2003. U.S. author Valerie Martin was
announced as the winner of the award celebrating writing by women in
the English language published in the UK on Tuesday evening, walking
away with a cheque for 30,000 ($49,170) pounds sterling. REUTERS/Hugo
Philpott

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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Valerie Martin, holds her award after winning the Orange
Prize for Fiction, with her book...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION WINNER MARTIN HOLDS HER AWARD IN LONDON.
U.S. author Valerie Martin, holds her award after winning the Orange
Prize for Fiction, with her book 'Property', in London, June 3, 2003.
Martin was announced as the winner of the award celebrating writing by
women in the English language published in the UK on Tuesday evening,
walking away with a cheque for 30,000 ($49,170) pounds sterling.
REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

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BRITAIN
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June 03, 2003
British author Shena Mackay, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED AUTHOR SHENA MACKAY POSES FOR
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LONDON.
British author Shena Mackay, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses for photographs with her book
Heligoland in central London, June 3, 2003. The winner of the award
celebrating writing by women in the English language published in the
UK is due to be announced on Tuesday evening. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Valerie Martin, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED AUTHOR VALERIE MARTIN POSES FOR
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LONDON.
U.S. author Valerie Martin, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses for photographs with her book
'Property' in central London, June 3, 2003. The winner of the award
celebrating writing by women in the English language published in the
UK is due to be announced on Tuesday evening. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

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June 03, 2003
U.S. author Donna Tartt, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED AUTHOR DONNA TARTT POSES FOR
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LONDON.
U.S. author Donna Tartt, one of the six authors shortlisted for the
Orange Prize for Fiction, poses for photographs with her book The
Little Friend in central London, June 3, 2003. The winner of the award
celebrating writing by women in the English language published in the
UK is due to be announced on Tuesday evening. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

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June 03, 2003
Four of the six authors shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction
(L:R) Shena Mackay of Britain,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED AUTHORS POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHS IN
LONDON.
Four of the six authors shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction
(L:R) Shena Mackay of Britain, Donna Tartt of the U.S., Valerie Martin
of the U.S. and Britain's Anne Donovan pose for photographs in central
London, June 3, 2003. The winner of the award celebrating writing by
women in the English language published in the UK is due to be
announced on Tuesday evening. Hugo Philpott/REUTERS

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June 07, 2001
Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted authors (L-R) Ali Smith, Margaret Atwood, Kate Grenville, Rosina...
London, UK
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED AUTHORS POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted authors (L-R) Ali Smith, Margaret Atwood, Kate Grenville, Rosina Lippi and Jill Dawson pose for photographers ahead of tonights awards ceremony in London June 7, 2001. In its sixth year, The Orange Prize for Fiction, awards a First prize of 30,000 pounds and a limited edition bronze known as 'Bessie', created and donated by artist Grizel Niven.

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June 05, 2001
Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted author Kate Grenville poses for photographers with her book 'The...
London, UK
Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted author Kate Grenville poses for photographers with her book 'Th.....
Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted author Kate Grenville poses for photographers with her book 'The Idea of Perfection' ahead of tonights award ceremony tonight in central London on June 5, 2001. Grenville won the prestigious Orange Prize for female writing on Tuesday, [beating bookies' favourite Margaret Atwood for the award designed to break down so-called "literary laddism". Grenville's novel, "The Idea of Perfection", was chosen from a shortlist of six books by writers from Britain, the United States, Canada and Australia vying for the 30,000 pound ($42,000) award, which could also boost the winner's sales.]
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June 05, 2001
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED MARGARET ATWOOD POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH HER BOOK 'THE BLIND...
London, UK
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED MARGARET ATWOOD POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH HER BOOK 'THE BLIND...
ORANGE PRIZE FOR FICTION SHORTLISTED MARGARET ATWOOD POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH HER BOOK 'THE BLIND ASSASSIN'.


Orange Prize for Fiction shortlisted author Margaret Atwood poses for photographers with her book 'The Blind Assassin' ahead of tonights' award ceremony in central London June 5, 2001. In its sixth year, The Orange Prize for Fiction, awards a First prize of #30,000 and a limited edition bronze known as 'Bessie', created and donated by artist Grizel Niven.
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