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Thomas Michael Maschler (16 August 1933 – 15 October 2020) was a German-born British publisher and writer. He was known for creating the Booker Prize for British, Irish and Commonwealth literature in 1969.
He was involved in publishing the works of many notable authors, including Ernest Hemingway, Joseph Heller, Gabriel García Márquez, John Lennon, Ian McEwan, Bruce Chatwin and Salman Rushdie. He was born in Berlin.
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