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  1. John Knowles - Wikipedia › wiki › John_Knowles

    A Separate Peace was first published in London by Secker and Warburg in 1959. Published in New York in 1960 by Macmillan, it is his most celebrated work. The novel is based upon Knowles's experiences at Phillips Exeter Academy. The Devon School, the book's setting, is a thinly-veiled fictionalization of Exeter, with both campus and town easily recognizable.

  2. The Generals' Revolt - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Generals&

    Ben-Gurion: A Biography. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. ISBN 0-297-77401-8. Kimche, Jon (1950). Seven Fallen Pillars: The Middle East, 1915–1950. London: Secker and Warburg. Peri, Yoram (1983). Between Battles and Ballots: Israeli Military in Politics. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-24414-5

  3. Brian Glanville - Wikipedia › wiki › Brian_Glanville
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    The son of an Irish Jewish dentist, Glanville was educated at Charterhouse School, where he played football to a high standard.[citation needed] He has had a lengthy career, beginning with ghost-writing Cliff Bastin Remembers, the autobiography of his hero, at 19. A noted critique of the British style of sportswriting in Encounter magazine in the late 1950s lamented the lack of depth compared to the American style of Red Smith, Damon Runyon or A. J. Liebling. As a journalist he spent nearly 30 years as a football correspondent for The Sunday Times, to which he is still a contributor, and has contributed to World Soccer magazine for over 50 years in print and online; he currently contributes a weekly column to the website covering a range of issues. In the 1960s and 1970s, Glanville was a member of the jury which awards the yearly Ballon d'Or France Football (or European Footballer of the Year award). In addition has written for The People and more recently contributed several obitua...


    1. The Reluctant Dictator- London, Laurie, 1952. 2. Henry Sows the Wind- London, Secker and Warburg, 1954. 3. Along the Arno- London, Secker and Warburg, 1956; New York, Crowell, 1957. 4. The Bankrupts- London, Secker and Warburg, and New York, Doubleday, 1958. 5. After Rome, Africa- London, Secker and Warburg, 1959. 6. Diamond- London, Secker and Warburg, and New York, FarrarStraus, 1962. 7. The Rise of Gerry Logan- London, Secker and Warburg, 1963; New York, Delacorte Press, 1965. 8. A Seco...

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    1. A Bad Streak and Other Stories- London, Secker and Warburg, 1961. 2. The Director's Wife and Other Stories- London, Secker and Warburg, 1963. 3. Goalkeepers Are Crazy: A Collection of Football Stories- London, Secker and Warburg, 1964. 4. The King of Hackney Marshes and Other Stories- London, Secker and Warburg, 1965. 5. A Betting Man- New York, Coward McCann, 1969. 6. Penguin Modern Stories 10, with others- London, Penguin, 1972. 7. The Thing He Loves and Other Stories- London, Secker and...


    1. Visit to the Villa(produced Chichester, Sussex, 1981). 2. Underneath the Arches, with Patrick Garland and Roy Hudd(produced Chichester, Sussex, 1981; London, 1982).

    • Brian Lester Glanville, 24 September 1931 (age 89), Hendon, Middlesex, United Kingdom
  4. D. M. Thomas - Wikipedia › wiki › D
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    Thomas was born in Redruth, Cornwall, UK. He attended Trewirgie Primary School and Redruth Grammar School before graduating with First Class Honours in English from New College, Oxfordin 1959. He lived and worked in Australia and the United States before returning to his native Britain. He published poetry and some prose in the British Science fiction magazine New Worlds (from 1968). The work that made him famous is his erotic and somewhat fantastical novel The White Hotel (1981), the story of a woman undergoing psychoanalysis, which has proved very popular in continental Europe and the United States. It was short-listed for the Booker Prize in 1981, coming a close second, according to one of the judges, to the winner, Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children. The author himself stated in an interview on BBC Radio Cornwall in 2015 that the Booker judges wanted to split the prize between him and Salman Rushdie, but that the Board informed them that this wasn't in the rules, although the...


    1. Orpheus in Hell(Sceptre, 1977) 2. The Flute Player(Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1979) 3. Birthstone(Gollancz, 1980) 4. The White Hotel(Viking, 1981) 5. Ararat(Gollancz, 1983) 6. Swallow(Gollancz, 1984) 7. Sphinx(Gollancz, 1986) 8. Summit(Gollancz, 1987) 9. Lying Together(Gollancz, 1990) 10. Flying in to Love(Scribner's, 1992) 11. Pictures at an Exhibition(Bloomsbury, 1993) 12. Eating Pavlova(Carrol and Graf, 1994) 13. Lady with a Laptop(Carrol and Graf, 1996) 14. Memories and Hallucinations(Gollan...


    1. Two Voices(Cape Goliard, 1968) 2. The Granite Kingdom(Bradford Barton Ltd, Truro, 1970). An anthology of poems about Cornwall, edited by D. M. Thomas 3. Logan Stone(Cape Goliard, 1971) 4. The Shaft(Arc, 1973) 5. Love and Other Deaths(Elek Books, 1975) 6. The Honeymoon Voyage(Secker and Warburg, 1978) 7. Protest(D. M. Thomas and Reg Boulton, Hereford, 1980) 8. Dreaming in Bronze(Secker and Warburg, 1981) 9. The Puberty Tree(Bloodaxe Books, 1992) 10. Flight and Smoke(Francis Boutle, 2010) 11...


    1. Yevgeny Yevtushenko, A dove in Santiago : A novella in verse(Secker and Warburg, 1982) 2. Alexander Pushkin, The Bronze Horseman and Other Poems(Penguin, 1983) 3. Anna Akhmatova, You Will Hear Thunder(Ohio UP, 1985) 4. Alexander Pushkin, Onegin(Francis Boutle, 2011) 5. Alexander Pushkin, Ruslan and Ludmila(Scribner, 2019)

    Last Words: Thomas's account of William Golding's last evening Guardian - Saturday 10 June 2006 (ReviewSection)
  5. Tony Parker (author) - Wikipedia › wiki › Tony_Parker_(author)

    Tony Parker (25 June 1923 – 3 October 1996) was an oral historian whose work was dedicated to giving a voice to British and American society's most marginalised figures, from single mothers to lighthouse keepers to criminals, including murderers. Tony Parker. Born.

    • radio interviews, novels, plays
    • Margery Parker
  6. Humphrey Burton - Wikipedia › wiki › Humphrey_Burton

    Early life and career. Born in 1931 in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, Burton attended Long Dene, a co-educational progressive school 1943–47, and The Judd School, Tonbridge 1947–49, and did 18 months National Service in the Royal Corps of Signals before reading music and history at Fitzwilliam House, Cambridge during 1951–54.

  7. Rhythm in the heavens; an autobiography Ram Gopal | National ... › Record › 785276

    London : Secker and Warburg. MLA Citation. Ram Gopal. Rhythm in the heavens; an autobiography Ram Gopal Secker and Warburg London 1957. Australian/Harvard Citation. Ram Gopal. 1957, Rhythm in the heavens; an autobiography Ram Gopal Secker and Warburg London. Wikipedia Citation

  8. Kyril Bonfiglioli - Wikipedia › wiki › Kyril_Bonfiglioli

    Kyril Bonfiglioli (born Cyril Emmanuel George Bonfiglioli; 29 May 1928 – 3 March 1985) was an English art-dealer, magazine editor and comic novelist.His eccentric and witty Mortdecai novels have attained cult status since his death.

  9. The History of Parliament — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › The_History_of_Parliament

    Jan 07, 2021 · 1754–1790 eds. Lewis Namier and John Brooke, The House of Commons, 1754–1790, 3 vols (Secker & Warburg, London, 1964). See also biography of Lewis Namier . Vol.1: Introductory survey, constituencies, appendices

  10. A Distant Shore - Caryl Phillips, author and playwright › a-distant-shore

    A Distant Shore. Set in contemporary England, A Distant Shore is the story of an African man and an English woman whose hidden lives, and worlds, are revealed in their fragile, fateful connection. Finalist for the 2003 PEN/Faulkner Award. The English village is a place where people come to lick their wounds. Dorothy has walked away from a bad ...

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