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Paul Strathern (born 1940) is a Scots-Irish writer and academic. One Man's War (London: Quartet Books, 1973; reprinted 1974).
Paul Strathern (born 1940) is a Scots-Irish writer and academic. He was born in London, and studied at Trinity College, Dublin, after which he served in the Merchant Navy over a period of two years. He then lived on a Greek island. In 1966 he travelled overland to India and the Himalayas. His novel A Season in Abyssinia won a Somerset Maugham Award in 1972. Besides five novels, he has also written numerous books on science, philosophy, history, literature, medicine and economics. Vaslav: An Impersonation of Nijinsky (London: Quartet Books, 1975). The Adventures of Spiro (Brighton: Harvester Press, 1979).
by Paul Strathern (Author). One Man’s War’ is a classic First World War novel about one man’s struggle for survival against the odds. One of the more significant war novels to have been written since Catch 22’ - Times Literary Supplement. It is an agonising book, but the agony is distance. y attention to detail which sees right through the surface of events to their unconscious significance in the human psyche. Paul Strathern is a British writer and academic.
Besides five novels, he has also written nume Paul Strathern (born 1940) is a British writer and academic.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780704311916. Release Date:January 1974.
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