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International Man Booker

Experimental Hungarian writer László Krasznahorkai was named the 2015 Man Booker International Prize winner in front of 300 guests at the V&A on Tuesday evening, praised by the judges as a ‘visionary writer of extraordinary intensity and vocal range’.

Lizzie and Chloe organised the event, a formal dinner for 250 people, and Truda and Hannah secured global media attention for the announcement, as well as extensive UK broadcast and print coverage, including the Guardian, FT, Independent, Radio 4 Front Row, 5 Live Up All Night, BBC World Service Newsday. László, who is renowned for his long sentences lasting many paragraphs, was interviewed by chair of judges, Marina Warner, at Hay Festival last Sunday. 

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