Letter: Booker judges who chose Swift haven't changed their minds

If Mr Wilson enjoyed Last Orders first time around, I don't think that he should now disparage it on the ground that he would be embarrassed to read it to a "real" Bermondsey butcher. Would he sing The Barber of Seville to his barber? The fact that Atwood "is in every way a more distinguished writer than Swift" is not the point; the Booker is for books not, as is the Nobel, for writers.

Wayne DC Rosie