Ann Quin

Ann Quin (born 17 March 1936 in Brighton, Sussex – 27 August 1973) was a British writer noted for her experimental style. The author of ''Berg'' (1964), ''Three'' (1966), ''Passages'' (1969) and ''Tripticks'' (1972), she killed herself in 1973 at the age of 37. In the 21st century, Stewart Home has written in admiration of her work, which remains largely overlooked, although ''Berg'' was adapted for film in 1989 as ''Killing Dad,'' starring Denholm Elliott and Richard E. Grant. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Quin, Ann, 1936-1973.
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by Quin, Ann, 1936-1973.
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by Quin, Ann, 1936-1973.
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by Quin, Ann, 1936-1973.
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