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Paul Ableman

Born: 13-Jun-1927
Birthplace: Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Died: 25-Oct-2006
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist, Playwright

Nationality: England
Executive summary: I Hear Voices

His first novel, I Hear Voices was published by the Olympia Press.

Father: (tailor)
Mother: (actress)
Wife: Tina Carrs-Brown (m. 1958, div., one son)
Wife: Sheila Hutton-Fox (m. 1978, one son)

    University: Kings College London

    The Spectator Chief fiction reviewer
    London Evening Standard Chief fiction reviewer
    Jewish Ancestry
    Russian Ancestry Paternal
    German Ancestry Maternal

Author of books:
I Hear Voices (1958, novel)
As Near As I Can Get (1962, novel)
Vac (1968, novel)
The Twilight of the Vilp (1969, novel)
Bits: Some Prose Poems (1969, poems)
The Mouth and Oral Sex (1969, psychology)
Tornado Pratt (1978, novel)
Porridge: The Inside Story (1979)
Shoestring (1979)
Shoestring's Finest Hour (1980)
County Hall (1982, novel)
The Doomed Rebellion (1983)
Straight Up: The Autobiography of Arthur Daley (1991)
Waiting for God (1994)

Wrote plays:
Green Julia (1966)
Tests (playlets) (1966)
Blue Comedy: Madly in Love, Hawk's Night (1968)

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