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Marlon James, who this week became the first Jamaican to win the Man Booker Prize, represents a new generation of Caribbean novelists. Neil Hall/Reuters

A Brief History of Seven Killings heralds a new era in Jamaican writing

Marlon James won the Booker Prize this week with a book that focuses on the unrest and violence of 1970s Jamaica, a troubled chapter that continues to shape the island nation's present - and its future.
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Review: Satin Island by Tom McCarthy

Tom McCarthy’s Satin Island is certainly an epoch-defining novel, at least inasmuch as it revolves around the task of defining our epoch.

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