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Alan Sillitoe

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Gender Male
Death13 years ago
Date of birth March 4,1928
Zodiac sign Pisces
Born Nottingham
United Kingdom
Date of died April 25,2010
United Kingdom
Spouse Ruth Fainlight
Place of burialHighgate Cemetery, London, United Kingdom
Job Author
Movies/Shows The Ragman's Daughter
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Children David Sillitoe
Susan Sillitoe
Parents Sabina Burton
Christopher Sillitoe
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Life without armour
A man of his time
New and Collected Stories
The Death of William Posters
Moggerhanger: A Novel
The Flame of Life
The Broken Chariot
A tree on fire
The widower's son
Travels in Nihilon
The lost flying boat
Gadfly in Russia
Collected Stories
The German Numbers Woman
The Storyteller
Out of the whirlpool
Her victory
Men, women and children
The Michael Cullen Novels: A Start in Life, Life Goes On, and Moggerhanger
The Open Door
Leonard's War
The Ragman's Daughter
Alligator Playground
Road to Volgograd
Life Goes on
Down from the Hill
The Rats: And Other Poems
The general
Alan Sillitoe's Nottinghamshire
The William Posters Trilogy: The Death of William Posters, A Tree on Fire, and The Flame of Life
Leading the Blind: A Century of Guidebook Travel 1815-1914
Last loves
The Saxon shore way
A flight of arrows
city adventures of Marmalade Jim
Guzman go home, and other stories
Tides and stone walls
Big John and the stars
Snow on the north side of Lucifer
Mountains and Caverns: Selected Essays
The second chance, and other stories
Sun before departure
The Far Side of the Street
The incredible fencing fleas
The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Key to the Door
A Start in Life
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Alan Sillitoe Life story

Alan Sillitoe FRSL was an English writer and one of the so-called "angry young men" of the 1950s. He disliked the label, as did most of the other writers to whom it was applied.

Personal Information

Alan sillitoe was born on march 4.1928 in nottingham.England.He was 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighed about 160 pounds.He had brown eyes and a slim body type.His zodiac sign was pisces and he was of brtiish nationalit.Y.


Alan sillitoe was the son of arthur sillitoe and his wife.Sabina.He had two sibligns.A brother and a sister.He was marired to ruth fainlight and had two children.David and linda.He also had several relatives.Including his uncle.Who was a writer.

Education and Career

Alan sillitoe attended the nottingham hihg school and later studied at the university of nottingham.He worked as a clerk in a factory and later as a tax inspector.He was also a writer and publihsed several books.Including the loneliness of the long distnace runner and saturday night and sunday morning.

Life Story

Alan sillitoe was born in nottingham.England in 1928.He was the son of a factory worker and his wife.He attended the nottingham high school and later studied at the university of nottingham.He worked as a clerk in a factory and later as a tax inspector.He was also a writer and published seevral books.Including the loneliness of the long distance runner and saturady night and sunday mroning.He was married to ruth fainlight and had two children.David and linda.


Alan sillitoe was a successful writer and his works were translated into many languages.He was awarded the order of the british empire in 1990 for his services to literature.He was also awarded the chevalier de l ordre des arts et des lettres in rfance in 1991.

Most Important Event

The most important event in alan sililtoe s life was the publication of his novel saturday night and sunday morning in 1958.The novel was an instant success and was made into a movie in 1960.The novel was praised for its eralistic portrayal of working-class life in england and was a major influence on the british new wave of cinema.

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