A. L. Barker (novelist)
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Who is A. L. Barker?
A. L. Barker: Audrey Lilian Barker FRSL was an English novelist and short story writer. She was born in St Pauls Cray, Kent and brought up in Beckenham. During her lifetime, she published ten collections of short stories and eleven novels, one of which - John Brown's Body - was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1970. She was also the winner of the inaugural Somerset Maugham Prize in 1947, with her collection of short stories called Innocents.
- also known as Audrey Lilian Barker, A L Barker
- born on (97 years ago) in St Paul's Cray
- nationality: England
- profession: Novelist, writer
- died on (12 years ago)
- written works: "John Brown's Body", "The haunt", "A heavy feather", "Femina real", "The woman who talked to herself", "Apology for a hero", "The joy-ride and after", "A source of embarrassment", "Relative successes", "No word of love", "A case examined", "The Gooseboy", "Lost upon the roundabouts", "The middling"
- nomination: - nominated to Man Booker Prize - "John Brown's Body"
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