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Keri Hulme, New Zealand’s first Booker prize-winning writer, dies aged 74

Author won the prize in 1985 for her first novel, The Bone People, which was described as a ‘unique example of Māori magical realism’

Acclaimed author and poet Keri Hulme, who was the first New Zealander to win the Booker prize, has died aged 74.

The reclusive writer, who won the prestigious literary prize in 1985 for her first novel The Bone People, died on Monday at her home in Waimate in New Zealand’s South Island.

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