Bernice Rubens (26 July 1923 – 13 October 2004) was a Booker Prize-winning Welsh novelist. Rubens was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1923.
Bernice Rubens (26 July 1923 – 13 October 2004) was a Booker Prize-winning Welsh novelist. Her father, Eli Rubens, was a Lithuanian Jew who, at the age of 16, left mainland Europe in 1900 in the hope of starting a new life in New York City. Due to being swindled by a ticket tout, Rubens never reached America, his passage taking him no further than Cardiff.
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Bernice Rubens was born in Cardiff, Wales in July 1928. She began writing at the age of 35, when her children started nursery school. Her second novel, Madame Sousatzka (1962), was filmed by John Schlesinger filmed with Shirley MacLaine in the leading role in 1988. Her fourth novel, The Elected Member, won the 1970 Booker prize. She was shortlisted for the same prize again in 1978 for A Five Year Bernice Rubens was born in Cardiff, Wales in July 1928.
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This superbly sharp and funny novel shows Booker-winner Bernice Rubens at her best. Format Paperback 240 pages. Dimensions 127 x 203 x 14mm 295g. Publication date 22 Sep 1994. Publisher Little, Brown Book Group. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.
Pick his brains - you know it makes sense. Well, what would you do? Your mentor and best friend, herald as the 'greatest novelist of our time', suddenly expires
Pick his brains - you know it makes sense. What an idea! And what an impeccable execution of it! Bernice Rubens usually has something weird up her sleeve, but this one is among the most fascinating books she has written! A must! 0.
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Obituary: The booker-winning novelist whose work focused on the more disturbing aspects of human behaviour. Bernice Rubens had just completed her autobiography when she died, at the age of 76. She worked most days. I feel unclean if I don't write," she explained. I don't love writing. But I love having written. Though this was her third career - she taught English and made documentary films before she took up her pen at the age of 30 - she published 24 novels, which won critical acclaim, popularity and prestigious prizes. Her autobiography was her first work.
Any type of book or journal citing Bernice Rubens as a writer should appear on this list. The full bibliography of the author Bernice Rubens below includes book jacket images whenever possible. Items featured on this poll include everything from Our Father to Brothers. 1. A Five-Year Sentence Bernice Rubens. 2. A Short Text of Clinical Oncology Bernice Rubens. 3. A Solitary Grief Bernice Rubens. 4. Autobiopsy Bernice Rubens. 5. Birds of passage Bernice Rubens
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Author: Bernice Rubens
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd (September 13, 1993)
Pages: 224 pages
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