Téa Obreht

Debut author Téa Obreht has won the Orange Prize for Fiction for The Tiger's Wife, beating Man Booker-shortlisted bookies' favourite Room by Emma Donoghue.

Obreht, aged 25, is the youngest-ever author to win the £30,000 prize, which was awarded yesterday evening. Chair of judges, Bettany Hughes, said: "The Tiger's Wife is an exceptional book and Téa Obreht is a truly exciting new talent. Obreht's powers of observation and her understanding of the world are remarkable."


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Remembering Robert: R O Lenkiewicz as Told by His Sitters

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Key Features
Publisher University of Plymouth Press
Date of Publication 01/10/2010
Language(s) English
Format Paperback
ISBN-13 9781841022628
Genre Photography

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Place of Publication Plymouth
Country of Publication United Kingdom
Imprint University of Plymouth Press
Content Note 114 colour photographs

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