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If you went through life refusing all the bait dangled in front of you, that would be no life at all. No changes would be made and you would have nothing to fight against. Life would be dull as ditchwater.

Alan Sillitoe

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He left school at the age of 14 and worked at the Raleigh factory for the next four years spending his free time reading. )
Atherton Stanley S. In 1955 while living in Mallorca with American poet Ruth Fainlight whom he married in 1959 and in contact with the poet Robert Graves Sillitoe started work on Saturday Night and Sunday Morning which was publiAlan Sillitoed in 1958.

He disliked the label as did most of the other writers to whom it was applied.

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