A PROLIFIC playwright, novelist and social critic, no-one captured the plight of the working class quite like Alan Sillitoe
AUTHOR Alan Sillitoe
, one of British fiction's so-called "angry young men" in the 1950s, died yesterday, aged 82.
This was announced by Head of the Department of Social Sciences Prof Fadwa el Guindi at a press briefing to outline details of the symposium and to introduce Qatar Shell Professorial Chair Prof Paul Sillitoe
. The theme of the symposium is "Sustainable Development: Issues and Challenges".
WESTBORO - Westboro High senior Byron Jones will never be confused with Alan Sillitoe
's classic protagonist, Colin, portrayed in the book, "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner."
pulled out what looked like a gun - in fact, a scaffold pole wrapped in a towel - in the Grove Hill post office.
Forster, Evelyn Waugh, Virginia Wolff, John Osborne, Alan Sillitoe
, Doris Lessing, and Salman Rushdie.
Andy Marfell's 20 yard drive was easily held by keeper Paul Smith, making his Rhyl debut, but McGinn pounced again in the 75th minute, slotting the ball between goalkeeper John Sillitoe
and the near post after Gareth Wilson brilliantly set up the chance.
England, too, has produced its share of working-class novelists, such as Alan Sillitoe
and John Braine.
(1958) A novel by Alan Sillitoe
. Arthur Seton, the hero, is a rebellious young loner whose weekdays are spent working at a dull job in a foul - smelling factory.
Draw (with odds): Ashley Tattersley (Lower Hopton WMC) 6/1 v John Greenhalgh 8/1, Graham Higgins (Ossett) 12/1 v Jack Dyson (Thongsbridge BC) 6/4, Dave Fox (Kirkheaton Con) 10/1 v Danny Sillitoe
(Doncaster) 10/1, Paul Ingleby (Lower Hopton WMC) 5/1 v Wayne Moseley (Lockwood Con) 3/1.
His partner of 30 years, Teresa Sillitoe
, said: "Andrew was my life.