Who is Hilary Mantel? Why did Hilary Mantel die? What are Hilary Mantel books?

Hilary Mary Thompson He was born on 6 July 1952 in England. He studied at St Charles Roman Catholic Primary School. His parents separated when Mantel was 11 years old. Mantel never saw his father again. He took the surname of his stepfather, Jack Mantel. After graduating from Harrytown Convent, he started his education at the London School of Economics in 1970 to study law. He continued his education at the University of Sheffield.

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HILARY MANTEL’S WRITING LIFE

He began writing a novel about the French Revolution in 1974 but was unable to find a publisher. Mantel’s first novel, Every Day is Mother’s Day, was published in 1985, and its sequel, Vacant Possession, a year later. He has been a critic for a number of newspapers and magazines in England and the United States. He wrote the novel Eight Months on Ghazzah Street (1988), based on his life in Saudi Arabia.

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NOVELS OF HILARY MANTEL

Every Day Mother’s Day series

Eight Months on Gazzah Street

Fludd

A Safer Place

Climate Change

An Experiment in Love

Giant, O’Brien

Beyond Black

Thomas Cromwell trilogy

WHO WAS HILARY MANTEL MARRIED TO?

Mantel married geologist Gerald McEwen in 1973. They divorced in 1981, but remarried in 1982. McEwen gave up geology to run his wife’s business.

WHY DID HILARY MANTEL LOST?

Mantel died on September 22, 2022, at the age of 70, after suffering a stroke at a hospital in Exeter.

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