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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tan Twan Eng
Malaysian author Tan Twan Eng's novel "The Garden of Evening Mists" has won the 2012 Man Asian Literary Prize.
Judges are choosing the winner of Britain's most prestigious literary trophy from a shortlist that includes novels set in the court of King Henry VIII and the opium dens of Mumbai.
British writer Hilary Mantel was named one of six finalists for the prestigious Booker literary prize on Tuesday for "Bring up the Bodies," a tale of politics and passion at the court of King Henry VIII.