Robert Winder

Biografie şi Bibliografie

Robert Winder, formerly Literary Editor of The Independent for five years and Deputy Editor of Granta magazine during the late 1990s, is the author of Hell for Leather, a book about modern cricket, a book about British immigration, and also two novels ("Biographical Notes" 73) as well as many articles and book reviews in British periodicals. He is a team member of the Gaieties Cricket Club, whose chairman was the late Harold Pinter.



    * No Admission. Penguin Crime Fiction ser. Penguin Group (USA), 1990. (Paperback rpt.) ISBN 0140093249 (10) ISBN 978-0140093247 (13).
    * The Marriage of Time and Convenience. Fontana Press, 1988. ISBN 0006175880 (10). ISBN 978-0006175889 (13).
    * The Final Act of Mr. Shakespeare. Little, Brown, 2010. ISBN 978-1-4087-0206-2.


    * Bloody Foreigners: The Story of Immigration to Britain. Little, Brown, 2004. Abacus, 2005. ISBN 0349115664 (10). ISBN 9780349115665 (13).
    * Hell for Leather: A Modern Cricket Journey. Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1996. ISBN 0575060859 (10). ISBN 978-0575060852 (13).


    * "Two O'clock, Putney Heath in August" – Poem © Robert Winder. In "Literature of the Gaieties",

Selected book reviews

    * "A Dying Game". The New Statesman 19 June 2000. ("Why would a cricketer commit suicide? Robert Winder reads the lives of three great former players and is bewildered by their self-absorption and petty obsessions.")

Selected editorials for Granta

    * Granta 58: Ambition. (Contents from the archive; Winder's "Editorial" is not available online.)

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