Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel Wiki
Dame Hilary Mary Mantel was a writer from Britain. Her work includes historical fiction, personal memoirs and short stories. Her first novel, Every Day Is Mother’s Day, was released in 1985. She has written 12 novels, a personal memoir, two collections of short stories and many articles and opinion pieces.
Did Hilary Mantel Have A Stroke? Cause Of Death Explained
Yes, Hilary Mantel had a stroke which led to her death. She died on 22nd September 2022, at a hospital in Exeter, due to the complications of a stroke which had occurred three days earlier. Responding to Hilary’s death, author Douglas Stuart quoted Mantel’s agent Bill Hamilton, saying “She saw and felt things us ordinary mortals missed, but when she perceived the need for a confrontation, she would fearlessly go into battle”. Nilanjana Roy said Mantel was “tenacious, gifted, visionary”. JK Rowling told that “we’ve lost a genius” upon hearing about Mantel’s passing.
Hilary Mantel Age
Hilary Mary Thompson was born on 6th July 1952, in Glossop, Derbyshire. She was 70 years old when she was dead. She was the eldest of three children. She has two younger brothers. She was brought up as a Roman Catholic in the mill village of Hadfield. She also attended St Charles Roman Catholic Primary School. Her parents, Margaret and Henry Thompson (a clerk). Her parents are Irish Catholics, but they were born in England. When Hilary was seven, her mother’s lover, Jack Mantel, moved in with the family. She studied at Tarrytown Convent school in Romiley, Cheshire.
Hilary Mantel Prize-Winning Networth
Hilary Mantel has a networth of $1.5 Million. In 1970, Hilary began studies at the London School of Economics to read law. In 1973, Hilary transferred to the University of Sheffield. She graduated with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence in 1973.
Hilary Mantel Biography
|Networth||$ 1.5 Million|
Hilary Mantel Husband
As per Readersdigest , in 1973, Hilary married Gerald McEwen.Gerald McEwen is a geologist. In 1974, she started writing a novel about the French Revolution but could not get a publisher. That book was eventually released as A Place of Greater Safety in 1992. In 1977 Hilary Mantel moved to Botswana with her husband. There they lived for the next five years. Hilary had spent four years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She told that leaving Jeddah felt like “the happiest day of life”. She also published memoirs in The Spectator and the London Review of Books.
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Hilary Mantel Children
It seems Hilary Mantel does not have children. She has never disclosed whether she has children or not. So, Hilary Mantel does not have any children. She does not have kids because of her battle with severe endometriosis. Hilary Mantel has two younger brothers. One of his brothers’ names is George, a photographer. Hilary Mantel was married to Gerald McEwen from 1972 till her death.
Hilary Mantel Books
Hilary has written several books. Here is the list of the books she has written.
|1||Vacant Possession: Chatto & Windus, 1986 (ISBN 0-7011-3047-4)|
|2||Every Day Is Mother’s Day: Chatto & Windus, 1985 (ISBN 0-7011-2895-X)|
|3||Eight Months on Ghazzah Street: Viking Press, 1988 (ISBN 0-8050-5203-8)|
|4||A Place of Greater Safety: Viking Press, 1992 (ISBN 0-312-42639-9)|
|5||Fludd: Viking Press, 1989 (ISBN 0-670-82118-7)|
|6||A Place of Greater Safety: Viking Press, 1992 (ISBN 0-312-42639-9)|
|7||An Experiment in Love: Viking Press, 1995|
|8||Beyond Black: Fourth Estate, 2005 (ISBN 0-00-715775-4)|
|9||The Giant, O’Brien: Fourth Estate, 1998 (ISBN 1-85702-884-8)|