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Win tickets to Jewish Book Week

    Jewish Book Week — London’s biggest international literary festival — starts on February 23. Highlights this year include discussions with historian Simon Schama and former Foreign Secretary David Miliband, and sessions featuring novelists A B Yehoshua and Francesca Segal.
    Now you have the chance to win tickets to a choice of Book Week events.

    Simply answer the question:
    Which Jewish author won the Man Booker Prize in 2010?
    A: William Sutcliffe
    B: Howard Jacobson
    C: Linda Grant

    Entries should be marked COMPETITION and emailed to intern@jewishbookweek.com by Wednesday February 13.
    The first three entrants whose correct answers are drawn out of the hat will each win a goody bag of books and a pair of tickets to their choice of one of the following events:
    1. Rene Braginsky’s Collection of Esther Scrolls, Sunday February 24
    2. Naomi Alderman talking about her novel, The Liars’ Gospel, Sunday February 24
    3. Six-Word Memoirs, Sunday March 2
    The winners will be notified by email on Friday February 15.

    Full details of these and all Book Week events are available at www.jewishbookweek.com
    Full terms and conditions at thejc.com

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