Latest Hilary Mantel News


Bbc Adaption Of 'Wolf Hall': What We Know So Far

By Sophie Miskiw | 10th May 2014

It may be nearly two years since BBC Two first announced that it would be adapting Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize historical novel Wolf Hall, but details about the series are only just beginning to...

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Decision To Include Us Books In Man Booker Prize Splits Critics

By Lauren James | 19th September 2013

It has been announced that from next year the Man Booker Prize will be open to all authors across the English-speaking world, including America. Previously, the prestigious literary award only considered those within the British,...

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Man Booker Prize To Include American Authors, But Will It Lose Its Identity?

By Michael West | 16th September 2013

In a move that could potentially see American literary heavyweights including Jonathan Franzen, Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo being honoured for their work in the UK, organizers of the Man Booker Prize - Britain's most...

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The Man Booker Prize Will Allow American Authors To Enter For The First Time In 2014

By Joe Wilde | 16th September 2013

The Man Booker Prize has served as the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Commonwealth's most prestigious award for books and authors since it's inception in 1969. On Sunday, 15 September, The Sunday Times reported that...

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Will It Be Third Time Lucky For Colm TóIbíN And The Man Booker Prize?

By Michael West | 23rd July 2013

Colm Tóibín has been nominated for the Man Booker Prize for the third time, for his 2012 novel The Testament of Mary. The Irish writer was one of twelve authors on the long-list, which the...

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Maggie Gyllenhaal To Star In "Scintillating" Bbc Spy Thriller

By Lauren James | 28th June 2013

After starring in the recent political thriller White House Down, Maggie Gyllenhaal will appear in the lead role in The Honorable Woman:a new BBC2 thriller that deals with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 35 year-old Gyllenhaal, who...

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Canadian Sheila Heti Up For Prestigious Women In Fiction Prize

By Victoria Pavlova | 13th March 2013

One of the new names on the list of nominees for the Women’s Prize for Fiction (formerly known as the Orange Prize) is Canadian author Sheila Heti.Heti is up for the prestigious award with her...

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Why Has Kate Middleton Not Responded To Hilary Mantel 'Attack'?

By Lorna Greville  | 24th February 2013

Kate Middleton has not responded to the comments that Hilary Mantel made about her in a lecture, but the rest of the world has. Why has she remained silent? Many have expressed their opinions regarding...

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A Week In News: Fans Mourn Mindy Mccready, Fergie Pregnant, Britney Has A New Man

By Michael West | 20th February 2013

Ten Thousand Angels: This week, we reported on the tragic news regarding country singer , who passed away at the age of just 39. Mindy will be remembered for her debut album - which was...

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Wolf Hall Sales Sky-rocket For Hilary Mantel After Kate Middleton "Plastic Smile" Comments

By Hayley Avron | 20th February 2013

When the double Man Booker Prize winner Hilary Mantel delivered her hour-long essay on the way in which royal women are viewed, she most probably was not expecting the media furore that she sparked. Her...

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Did Kate Middleton Need David Cameron To Defend Her Against Hilary Mantel's Remarks?

By Lorna Greville  | 19th February 2013

Hilary Mantel swiftly became the darling of the literary world late last year as she won her second Booker Prize with Bring Up the Bodies, the second in a historical trilogy about Thomas Cromwell and...

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Kate Middleton Attacked, But Is She Really A 'Plastic Princess'?

By Michael West | 19th February 2013

Kate Middleton has been verbally attack by the Booker Prize winning novelist Hilary Mantel, who described the Duchess of Cambridge as a "shop-window mannequin" with absolutely no personality, whose only purpose in life is to...

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Kate Middleton A Victim Of Mantel Abuse! Called A "Mannequin" By Booker Prize-winning Writer

By Contributor | 18th February 2013

Kate Middleton has come in for the leatheriest of shoe pie servings from double Booker Prize-winning writer Hilary Mantel, who claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge and current cultivator of the next royal baby was...

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Hilary Mantel's Reign Continues, 'Bring Up The Bodies' Wins The Costa Book Award

By Lorna Greville  | 29th January 2013

Having won her second Booker Prize in autumn last year, and followed with the news last week that the RSC would be turning both 'Bring Up the Bodies' and 'Wolf Hall' into plays, Mantel is...

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Royal Shakespeare Company Plan To Bring Hilary Mantels' Historical Novels To The Stage

By Lorna Greville  | 23rd January 2013

Writer Hilary Mantel has been enjoying a continued fallout of success after her second novel in a planned trilogy of Tudor books, Bring Up the Bodies, won the Booker Prize - her second, the first...

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Graphic Novel Wins Best Biography Prize At Costa Awards 2012 While Female Authors Dominate

By Jack de Aguilar | 2nd January 2013

It was a celebration of forward thinking; the kind of thinking that should be widespread, but until recently, was in the minority. The Costa Awards 2012 awarded a graphic novel a top prize, while recognising...

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Two Bookers And A Costa? Could Hilary Mantel Do The Literary Unthinkable?

By Michael West | 21st November 2012

Hilary Mantel has been shortlisted for best novel in the annual Costa Book Awards, capping an incredible year for the Glossop-born author who released her Booker winning tome Bring Up The Bodies in May. The...

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Man Booker Prize Judge: It Was Too Close To Call, But Mantel Wrote 'Best Book'

By Michael West | 18th October 2012

Man Booker Prize judge Amanda Foreman has written an article for The Telegraph, explaining how she and her fellow judges opted for Hilary Mantel as the winner of this year's award for her historical novel...

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So, What's Next For Twice Man Booker Prize Winner Hilary Mantel?

By Jack de Aguilar | 17th October 2012

Yesterday, Hilary Mantel made history two-fold: she became the first woman ever since its original conception, and first Brit ever, to win the Man Booker prize twice with her book 'Bring Up the Bodies', beating...

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Man Booker Prize: At Least Two Judges 'Strongly Backed' Will Self For The Win

By Michael West | 17th October 2012

In the end, it was Hilary Mantel who made literary history on Tuesday evening (October 16, 2012), becoming the first ever British writer to win the prestigious Man Booker Prize twice. She won for her...

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Man Booker Prize 2012: Historic Win For Hilary Mantel’S Bring Up The Bodies

By Hayley Avron | 17th October 2012

Last night, Hilary Mantel made history when she became the first woman and also the first living British author to win the Man Booker Prize twice, BBC News reports. Not only that, but Mantel’s novel...

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Hilary Mantel Wins Booker Prize With 'Bring Up The Bodies'

By Lorna Greville  | 16th October 2012

Hilary Mantel has won the Booker 2012 with Bring Up The Bodies after weeks of fraught speculation and a neck and neck competition towards the prize between her and Will Self. Mantel instantly becomes a...

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Hilary Mantel Vs. Will Self: The Man Booker Battle

By Lorna Greville  | 16th October 2012

Hilary Mantel and Will Self are head to head in the Man Booker Prize with their novels 'Bring Up The Bodies' and 'Umberella', respectively. With odds now stacked very heavily in Mantel's favour, at 1/50,...

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Giles Coren Bets £1000 On Will Self To Win The Booker Prize?

By Michael West | 16th October 2012

Journalist and television presenter Giles Coren is adamant that Will Self's avant-garde novel Umbrella will win the prestigious Booker Prize at tonight's ceremony in London. Though the prize is assumed to be a two-horse race,...

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Man Booker Prize: Hilary Mantel Expected To Make History, Not Just Write About It

By Michael West | 12th October 2012

Hilary Mantel is battling Will Self as well as four other lesser known writers Jeet Thayil, Alison Moore, Twan Eng and Deborah Levy for the Man Booker Prize, but has this week become the bookies'...

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Hilary Mantel Primed For Man Booker Prize?

By Jack de Aguilar | 12th October 2012

As talk of the possible Man Booker prize-winner steps up, and possible suitors pass the lips of literature fans, Hilary Mantel is being mooted as a favourite to become not only the first woman to...

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