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First up is the Booker Prize-nominated novel Autumn by Ali Smith. To talk about this and the subject of Brexit literature, the FT’s books editor Lorien Kite is joined by writer Jon Day.

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From London-eyed views of the provinces to feverish dystopian tales, novelists make sense of the referendum vote

The FT on books to read this summer

FT writers — Martin Wolf, Rebecca Rose, Jane Owen and Gideon Rachman — select their 2017 summer reads in history, fiction, gardening and politics

Autumn by Ali Smith review — ‘the first serious Brexit novel’

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A portrait of a country divided leaves Alex Preston marvelling that writing this good could have come so fast

Auster, Fridlund, Saunders among those named to Man Booker shortlist

Three American writers have made the cut on the 2017 Man Booker shortlist

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