Mon 12 May 2008, The Independent

Rushdie aims for literary hat-trickas Booker marks 40th anniversary

By Arifa Akbar
There is little doubt that Salman Rushdie's novel, Midnight's Children, is considered one of the most important works of modern times. In 1981, the novel, which deals with the partition of India, picked up the Booker Prize. Twelve years later, it earned greater literary kudos by being selected as the Booker of Bookers, a title given to mark the prize's 25th anniversary.
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