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Dame Hilary Mary Mantel, DBE, FRSL (/mæn?t?l/ man-TEL;[2] née Thompson; born 6 July 1952) is an English writer whose work includes historical fiction, personal memoirs and short stories.[3]

She has twice been awarded the Booker Prize, the first time for the 2009 novel Wolf Hall, a fictional account of Thomas Diritto commerciale: 2 Cromwell's rise to power in the court of Henry VIII, and secondly for the 2012 novel Bring Up the Bodies, the second instalment of the Cromwell trilogy.

Mantel was the first woman to receive the award twice, following in the footsteps of J. M. Coetzee, Peter Carey and J. G. Farrell (who posthumously Diritto commerciale: 2 won the Lost Man Booker Prize).[4][5] The third instalment of the trilogy, The Mirror and the Light, was released on 5 March 2020 in the UK and the following July was longlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize.[6]

Hilary Mary Thompson was born in Glossop, Derbyshire, the eldest of three children, Diritto commerciale: 2 and raised as a Catholic[7] in the mill village of
Hadfield where she attended St Charles Roman Catholic primary school. Her parents, Margaret (née Foster) and Henry Thompson, were both of Irish descent but born in England.[8] Her parents separated and she did not see her father after the age of Diritto commerciale: 2 eleven. The family, without her father but with Jack Mantel (1932–1995)[9] who by now had moved in with them, relocated to Romiley, Cheshire, and Jack became her unofficial stepfather.[10] At this point she took her de facto stepfather's surname legally.

She explored her family background, the mainspring of much of Diritto commerciale: 2 her fiction, in her 2003 memoir, Giving Up the Ghost. Although she lost her religious faith at age 12, she says it left a permanent mark on her:

[the] real cliché, the sense of guilt. You grow up believing that you're wrong and bad. And for me, because I took Diritto commerciale: 2 what I was told really seriously, it bred a very intense habit of introspection and self-examination and a terrible severity
with myself. So that nothing was ever good enough. It's like installing a policeman, and one moreover who keeps changing the law.[11]

She attended Harrytown Convent school in Romiley, Cheshire. Diritto commerciale: 2 In 1970, she began her studies at the London School of Economics to read law.[3] She transferred to the University of Sheffield and graduated as Bachelor of Jurisprudence in 1973. During her university years, she was a socialist.[8]

After university, Mantel worked in the social work department of a geriatric Diritto commerciale: 2 hospital and then as a sales assistant in a department store.

In 1972, she married Gerald McEwen, a geologist. In 1974, she began writing a novel about the French Revolution, which was subsequently (in 1992) published as A Place of Greater Safety. In 1977, Mantel moved to Botswana with her Diritto commerciale: 2 husband where they lived for the next five years.[12] Later, they spent four years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She published a memoir of this period in the London Review of
Books. She later said that leaving Jeddah felt like "the happiest day of [her] life".[13]

McEwen gave up geology to Diritto commerciale: 2 manage his wife's business.[14] They divorced, but remarried after a couple of years.[15]

Her first novel, Every Day is Mother's Day, was published in 1985, and its sequel, Vacant Possession, a year later. After returning to England, she became the film critic of The Spectator, a position she held from Diritto commerciale: 2 1987 to 1991,[16] and a reviewer for a number of papers and magazines in Britain and the United States. Her novel Eight Months on Ghazzah Street (1988), which drew on her life in Saudi Arabia, uses a threatening clash of values between the neighbours in a city apartment block to Diritto commerciale: 2 explore the tensions between Islamic culture and the liberal West. Her Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize-winning novel Fludd is set in 1956 in a fictitious northern village called Fetherhoughton, centring on a Roman Catholic church and a convent. A mysterious stranger
brings about transformations in the lives of those around him.

Diritto commerciale: 2 A Place of Greater Safety (1992) won the Sunday Express Book of the Year award, for which her two previous books had been shortlisted. A long and historically accurate novel, it traces the career of three French revolutionaries, Danton, Robespierre and Camille Desmoulins, from childhoo


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