The Man Booker International Prize was established in 2005 as a biannual award, presented to an author for a body of work written in any language as long as it was widely available in English.
In 2016 the Prize evolved to be awarded annually. It is now a translation prize for a single work of fiction that has been translated into English and published in the United Kingdom. With the goal of encouraging greater publishing and reading of quality fiction in translation, the £50,000 prize is divided equally between the author and translator.
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