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And now, a few years later, when I had to choose a text for my graduation paper I immediately thought about The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner because it is an intresting piece of writing that has never been translated into Romanian. What convinced me to choose this text over others was the subversive subject Sillitoe tackles and also the vernacular, the speech of the working-class in Nottingham, he uses extensively in the short story.
The colloquialisms, the slang terms, the idioms, the expressions Sillitoe so squash freds burning uses assured me that translating this particular text was worth while. He introduced in the post-World War II British fiction realistically portrayed working-class heroes, but his range as a writer has since widened.
Sillitoe has published more than fifty books over the last forty years, as well as more than four hundred essays.
Best known for his novels, Sillitoe also published children's books starring a cat called Marmelade Jimpoetry, plays, and an autobiography, Life without Armour Alan Sillitoe was born on 4 March in Nottingham, England the second son of an illiterate tannery laborer. His father, Christopher Sillitoe, became one of the long-term unemployed during the s Depression. On different occasions he worked as a house painter.
Once he was imprisoned for "running up bills for food that he had no hope of paying.
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Sillitoe's childhood was shadowed by the financial problems of the family, but he also found early on the joys of literature and began to plan his career as a writer. His first literary effort, based on the wild lives of his cousins, was burned by his mother because she believed it brought the family into disrepute, being too revealing.
At the age of 14, he left school and worked in a number of jobs in Nottingham factories, including a bicycle factory from to By the time he was 16, Sillitoe was a lathe-operator in a factory and a socialist.
He joined the Royal Air Force, where he was a wireless operator in what was then Malaya. But he became ill with tuberculosis and was confined to hospital for 18 months in an RAF hospital, during which time he began to write again and read intensively. Pensioned off at 21 on 45 shillings per week he traveled to France and Spain where he lived for seven years in an attempt to recover.
In he met an American poet, Ruth Fainlight, who was married, but they decided to go abroad together.
In on the island of Mallorca he showed his work to the great poet, Robert Graves who encouraged him saying 'Write about what you know'. Sillitoe began writing his first novel, Saturday Night and Sunday Morninga story about working-class life in Nottingham. Influenced in part by the stripped-down prose of Hemingway, the book conveys the attitudes and situation of a young factory worker faced with the inevitable end of his youthful philandering.
Arthur Seaton lives for the weekends, drinking beer in the pub and chasing a girl.
Saturday night is "the best and bingiest glad-time of the week, one of the fifty-two 5 holidays in the slow-turning Big Wheel of the year, a violent preamble to a prostate Sabbath. As an anti-social hero, Arthur had many similarities with the characters found in the works of John Braine and Stan Barstow. As with John Osborne's Look Back in Anger and John Braine's Room at the Top, the novel's real subject was the disillusionment of postwar Britain, and the lack of opportunities for the working class.
Sillitoe's realism was striking to s readers and the novel achieved huge critical success. The novel was awarded the Author's Club First Novel Award and was made into a film in by Karel Reisz, adapted as a stage play inand translated into 19 languages. Only one year later, Sillitoe was again the center of critical attention, this time for "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner" a collection of stories which was awarded the Hawthornden Prize. The title tale is narrated by a rebellious and angry Borstal boy, Colin Smith, set to run in a race.
The institute's governor has high hopes that his protegé will be a winner, but the rebellious runner finds an opportunity to show his defiance of authority, by losing the race on purpose.
Tony Richardson's film version of the book, starring Tom Courtenay, drew squash freds burning the emerging youth culture and the 'Free Cinema' movement. squash freds burning
One script-reader commented on Sillitoe's screenplay before the filming started: "But this story is blatant and very trying Communist propaganda, and particularly worrying for us because the hero is a thief and yet is held up to the admiration of silly young thugs. If the leading citizens of Nottingham didn't like Saturday Night because they thought the hero was not a good representative of that city, I don't know what they will say about this epic.
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He moved in his later works beyond this lower-class milieu towards analysis of the psychological states of his characters. In the autobiographical Raw Material he portrayed his grandparents, and examines working-class attitudes to the First World War and the Depression; A Start in Life leaves the protagonist peacefully cultivating his garden, bemused by a prophecy that he will go wild again at thirty- five.
In Sillitoe married Ruth Fainlight; they had a son and adopted a daughter. The Amalia nastase dieta video and Other Poems was Sillitoe's first published book of verse. In Sillitoe spent a month squash freds burning the Soviet Union, recording his impressions in Road to Volgograd Three years later he drove in his car from Harwich to Leningrad. Sillitoe made several trips to the Soviet Union, where he was viewed as a spokesman for the oppressed working classes.
However, Sillitoe's stand against the oppression of free speech annoyed the authorities.
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As well as adapting his own novels for film he also wrote the screenplay to Che Guevaraand wrote stage and television plays. The City Adventures of Marmalade Jim was the first of several books for children, and he also wrote a collection of autobiographical and critical essays, Mountains and Caverns: Selected Essaysseveral travel books, including The Saxon Shore Wayand a volume of autobiography, Life without Armour Mostly he lived with his family in Regim de slabit rapid si eficient, but also spent time in France, Tangier, Spain, and Israel.
He was He disliked the tag, like most of the other writers to whom it was applied. Some critics, like Allen R. Penner thought that "Sillitoe was never, really, simply an 'angry young man.
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Champlin remarked that Sillitoe's emergence was "a sharp signaling of an end to quiet acceptance of the way things are. It was a protest, fueled by the war, against the stratified status quo. Unlike some of Britain's angry young men who have matured and prospered into more conservative postures, Sillitoe remains the poet of the squash freds burning millions in the council flats and the cold-water attached houses, noting the ignored, remembering the half-forgotten.