Star author Martin Amis dies at 73

Star author Martin Amis dies at 73
Death: British author Martin Amis has died.

This was reported by the New York Times on Saturday afternoon.


According to his wife, Isabel Fonseca, the British writer died of esophageal cancer new.

The newspaper wrote that he died on Friday at his home in Lake Worth, Florida, USA.

Martin Amis grew up in London, but was born in Swansea, Wales. He has published 15 works, and had great success with his first novel, The Rachel Papers, from 1974.

He is best known for novels such as Money from 1984, London Fields from 1989 and The Information from 1995.

He has also published several collections of essays, short stories, and an autobiography, “Experience”.

Amis was known for his snarky black humor and sharp view of tabloid culture and materialism, but because of his private life he would often end up on the front pages of tabloids himself, writes NTB.

Martin Amis was the son of writer Kingsley Amis, known as one of the “angry young men” of the 1950s.

Amis’s work has not been published in Norwegian in book form.


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