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Alan Sillitoe

Alan SillitoeBorn: 4-Mar-1928
Birthplace: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 25-Apr-2010
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist, Poet

Nationality: England
Executive summary: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

Military service: RAF (1946-49, Malaysia)

Wife: Ruth Fainlight (m. 1959, one son, one daughter adopted)
Son: David

    Risk Factors: Tuberculosis

Author of books:
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1958, novel)
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1959, short stories)
The General (1960, novel)
The Rats and Other Poems (1960, poetry)
Key to the Door (1961, novel)
The Ragman's Daughter (1963, short stories)
A Falling Out of Love (1964, poetry)
The Death of William Posters (1965, novel)
A Tree on Fire (1967, novel)
Guzman, Go Home (1968, short stories)
Love in the Environs of Voronezh (1968, poetry)
A Start in Life (1970, novel)
Travels in Nihilon (1971, novel)
Raw Material (1972, novel)
Storm and Other Poems (1974, poetry)
Men, Women, and Children (1974, short stories)
The Flame of Life (1974, novel)
The Widower's Son (1977, novel)
The Storyteller (1979, novel)
Snow on the North Side of Lucifer (1979, poetry)
The Second Chance (1980, short stories)
Her Victory (1982, novel)
The Lost Flying Boat (1983, novel)
Down from the Hill (1984, novel)
Sun before Departure (1984, poetry)
Life Goes On (1985, novel)
Tides and Stone Walls (1986, poetry)
Out of the Whirlpool (1987, novel)
The Far Side of the Street (1988, short stories)
The Open Door (1989, novel)
Last Loves (1990, novel)
Leonard's War (1991, novel)
Snowstop (1993, novel)
Life Without Armour (1995, memoir)
Alligator Playground (1997, short stories)
The Broken Chariot (1998, novel)

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