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Booker Prize winner Marlon James on writing the ‘African Game of Thrones’

By France24
10 October 2022   |   4:43 pm
Salmon Rushdie described him as "one of the most important voices of his literary generation" and "an author who must be read". Booker Prize winner Marlon James speaks to Eve Jackson about his trilogy dubbed the "African Game of Thrones".

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