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Alan Sillitoe


UK flag (1928 - 2010)

Alan Sillitoe was an English writer, one of the "Angry Young Men" of the 1950s (although he, in common with most of the other writers to whom the label was applied, had never welcomed it).

Genres: Literary Fiction
 
Novels
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Plays
All Citizens Are Soldiers (1969) (with Ruth Fainlight)
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Novellas
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Alan Sillitoe recommends
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The Last to Know (1998)
Candida Crewe
"The kind of novelist readers deserve... The Last to Know is her best book yet, and that's saying something."
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It Cracks Like Breaking Skin (1999)
Stephen Foster
"A crisp new tone, an unusual talent for telling stories."
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The Daughter (2002)
Pavlos Matesis
"Hypnotic... that rare novel which makes you weep in places, and laugh in many."
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The Broken Cedar (2003)
Martin Malone
"A brutal story, brilliantly told."
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The Last Girl (2003)
Stephan Collishaw
"Wonderful ... that rare novel which no-one, having once read, will be able to forget."
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My End is My Beginning (2020)
Moris Farhi
"Farhi gives the glow of life to all he writes."

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