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Such terribly sad news. It is impossible to overstate the significance of the literary legacy Hilary Mantel leaves behind. Her brilliant Wolf Hall trilogy was the crowning achievement in an outstanding body of work. Rest in peace..

Breaking News: The British author Hilary Mantel died at 70. She won the Booker Prize for her novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. She had so many great novels ahead of her, her literary agent said. It’s just an enormous loss to literature..

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Sad to wake up in NZ to the news of Hilary Mantel’s death. She changed the face of historical fiction, first with A Place of Greater Safety, then the Wolf Hall trilogy. A provider of good advice to other writers, a clear and concise giver of firm opinions. A real loss..

Wolf Hall writer Dame Hilary Mantel has died suddenly yet peacefully surrounded by close family and friends aged 70, HarperCollins has announced For more on this and other news visit.

We mourn the death of Hilary Mantel (1952–2022), a frequent contributor to the Review on subjects ranging from Jane Austen to colonial India to Annie Proulx, and whose novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies we are proud to have excerpted prior to their publication..

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How Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy turned Thomas Cromwell from villain to hero.

Obituary: The success of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy is often credited with reinvigorating sales and publisher interest in the historical-fiction genre..

The ‘Wolf Hall’ trilogy, read & re-read, anchored the last decade, ‘A Place of Greater Safety’ lights up an already incendiary period and some of her more ghosty stuff was just very pleasantly out there. Devastated to hear we’ve lost Hilary Mantel. Vale 😔.

We are deeply saddened to learn of Hilary Mantel’s passing. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and all those with whom she’s worked over the years, including the team behind the TV adaptation of Wolf Hall..

We are making a selection of the more than forty articles she wrote for the Review available to read for free. In our July 17, 2008, issue, we featured an excerpt of Wolf Hall, the Booker Prize–winning novel that Mantel published in April 2009..

This is a shock. What a terrible loss: Her dialogue made history feel like overhearing real conversation..

Faleceu hoje um dos grandes nomes da literatura, a inglesa Hilary Mantel. 💔 Aclamada autora de ficção histórica, ela ficou conhecida pela trilogia The Wolf Hall. Descanse em paz. 🕊️.

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Wolf Hall and its sequels are great books. If you’ve been thinking you might want to read them, now could be the time..


Her early novels were small, ruthless, and savage. Her Cromwell trilogy is grand—but just as savage..

Peter Kosminsky, who directed the Bafta-winning Wolf Hall, reflects on Mantel’s mischievous humour and invaluable creative guidance.

if you haven’t read the Wolf Hall trilogy you should read them. i love them so much. Mantel puts you in the head of someone from 500 years ago with such care and detail it’s the closest thing to time travel..

Dame Hilary Mantel, the acclaimed Booker Prize-winning author whose bestselling Wolf Hall trilogy redefined historical fiction, has died today at the age of 70.

Like so many others I absolutely adored the Wolf Hall trilogy. Hilary Mantel was like no other - a genius whose works were so loved and never forgotten. Such a loss to literature. 💔 This essay on Diana is perfection….

In June 2012 we ran an excerpt from Bring Up the Bodies, the sequel to Wolf Hall, which also won the Booker Prize..

Much gratitude to Hilary Mantel and her wildly original brain. The world seems a bit dumber today. #RIPHilaryMantel.

The Wolf Hall trilogy got me through lockdown. I was grateful for how long it was – I needed it to be! One of the most enjoyable, immersive reading experiences I’ve ever had. Devastated we won’t hear more from Hilary Mantel’s remarkable voice..

@ankegroener Entweder Wolf Hall / Wölfe, welches der Auftakt der Thomas-Cromwell-Trilogie ist oder Brüder / A Place Of Greater Safety über die Französische Revolution, eins meiner Lieblingsbücher, weil es Abläufe und Terror der Geschehnisse so nachempfindbar beschreibt..

Sad. She seemed like a lovely person as well as an extraordinary author. Socially conscious in many ways Hilary Mantel, celebrated author of Wolf Hall, dies aged 70.

Hilary Mantel, the Booker Prize-winning author of the acclaimed “Wolf Hall” trilogy series, has died, her publisher said Friday..


The bestselling author of the Wolf Hall trilogy of historical books, Hilary Mantel, who won the Booker Prize, has passed away, according to her publisher. Her work transformed Tudor power dynamics into engrossing fiction..

Hilary Mantel talking about her endometriosis in an interview was the first time I had heard of the condition, which affects 10% of women. It was before Wolf Hall, I must have been in my 30s..

Very sad news about the death of Hilary Mantel, Glossop’s most famous daughter. The Wolf Hall Trilogy is one of my favourites..

Terribly sad to hear of the passing of Hilary Mantel, at 70. Mantel was was one of Britain’s most decorated novelists. “It is the absence of facts that frightens people: the gap you open, into which they pour their fears, fantasies, desires.” ― Wolf Hall.

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British author Hilary Mantel has died at the age of 70. She won the Booker Prize twice, in 2009 for the novel Wolf Hall and in 2012 for the sequel, Bring Up The Bodies | Read more:.

“I have written books and I cannot unwrite them. I cannot unbelieve what I believe. I cannot unlive my life” - Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall..

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