Ronan Bennett (born 14 January 1956) is a Northern Irish novelist and screenwriter.
Ronan Bennett (born 14 January 1956) is a Northern Irish novelist and screenwriter. Bennett, the son of William H. and Geraldine Bennett, was born in England, but was raised in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, in a devout Roman Catholic family. He attended St Mary's Christian Brothers' Grammar School, Belfast, on the Lower Falls Road, where he became politically active. He was accepted for a place at Queen's University, before being arrested for suspected involvement in an IRA robbery.
The Second Prison book. It stood up very well for the first half, but the writing fell apart in the second.
His target was Dec, an old friend and comrade. This book was shortlisted for "The Irish Times"/Aer Lingus First Fiction Award.
Ronan Bennett lives in London with his family. The moral right of the author has been asserted. Overthrown by Strangers. Havoc, in its Third Year. First published 2007.
This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.
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Ronan Bennett was born and brought up in Belfast. His other novels are HAVOC, IN ITS THIRD YEAR (longlisted for the Booker prize), THE SECOND PRISON (shortlisted for the Irish Times/Aer Lingus prize), and THE CATASTROPHIST (shortlisted for the Whitbread Novel Award).
Title: The Second Prison Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Books will be free of page markings. The disturbing and thought-provoking first novel from Ronan Bennett, which was shortlisted for the Irish Times Aer Lingus Prize. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Read full description.
April 2000 : UK Paperback.
Ronan Bennett was born on 14 January 1956 in Belfast, Ireland He is currently writing the screenplay for Dean King's book, Skeletons on th. .
Ronan Bennett was born on 14 January 1956 in Belfast, Ireland. His first novel, The Second Prison (1991), a thriller about a member of a group of Irish republican activists, was shortlisted for the Irish TimesIrish Literature Prize for First Book. His second novel, Overthrown by Strangers (1992), is set in Latin America. He is currently writing the screenplay for Dean King's book, Skeletons on the Zahara. Critical perspective. Ronan Bennett’s writing is characterised by an insistent political engagement.
Ronan Bennett was brought up in Belfast. He is the author of three novels - The Second Prison, Overthrown by Strangers, and, most recently, The Catastrophist (shortlisted for the 1998 Whitbread Novel Award). He has also written screenplays for film and television. Ronan Bennett lives in London with his family. Библиографические данные.