29-year-old Netherlands writer Marieke Lucas Rijneveld has become the youngest writer to win the International Booker Prize.
29-year-old Netherlands writer Marieke Lucas Rijneveld became the youngest writer to win the International Booker Prize. After this, his name is popular in the literary world, and his well-wishers and well-wishers are wishing him well. The award of Marike Lucas is different from the original Booker Prize and aims to encourage more publications and reading of good novels worldwide.
Rijneveld's book, 'The Discourse of Evening', has been declared the winner for the International Booker Prize on Wednesday. This book is the story of a peasant family of a staunchly Christian community in the rural Netherlands. According to the rules, the prize money has been given £ 50,000, which will be shared between writer and translator Michelle Hutchison.