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Iain Banks

Wodehouse ; Banks agreed to the omission. I’m having a lot of trouble responding to it, honestly. Retrieved 10 May Banks’s editor inquired about the possibility of omitting the ‘M’ as it appeared “too fussy” and the potential existed for confusion with Rosie M. Archived from the original on 3 September Banks decided to become a writer at the age of The extract relays the author’s support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions BDS campaign that was issued by a Palestinian civil society against Israel until the country complies with what they hold are international law and Palestinian rights, that commenced in and applies the lessons from Banks’s experience with South Africa’s apartheid era.

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The Primroses Were Over rated it 3 years ago http: On 3 AprilBanks announced on his website, and one set up by him and some friends, that he had been diagnosed with terminal cancer of the gallbladder and was unlikely to live beyond a year. Well-written, engaging prose, great for analysis, but on the whole too disgusting for academic purposes. Small step towards a boycott of Israel”. Death by Book Avalanche rated it 3 years ago http: This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat Wanda’s Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago http: In protest he cut up his passport and posted it to 10 Downing Street —in a Socialist Review interview, Banks explained that his passport protest occurred after he “abandoned the idea of crashing my Land Rover through the gates of Fife dockyard, after spotting the guys armed with machine guns.


Retrieved 10 February Little, Brown Book Group. Fabyka appeared on the BBC television programme Question Timea show that features political discussion. Association for Scottish Literary Studies. Banks’s publisher stated that the author was “an irreplaceable part of the literary world”, a sentiment that was reaffirmed by fellow Scottish author and friend since secondary school Ken MacLeodwho observed that Banks’s death “left a large gap in the Scottish literary scene as well as the wider English-speaking world.

Retrieved 27 June So, er, this book happened.

Archived from the original PDF on 13 December Retrieved 17 June To create a distinction between the mainstream and SF novels, Banks suggested the return of the ‘M’ to his name, and it was used in all of his science fiction works. Retrieved 8 December Please, check your email, the code to access your BookLikes blog was sent to you already.

Tributes paid to author”. Banks published work under two names. I think a lot of people have iajn that the SF was the trashy but high-selling stuff I had to churn out in order to keep a roof over my head while I wrote the important, serious, non-genre literary novels.

I almost don’t want to three star it, because I’m just not sure “liked” is the appropriate word for it.

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Retrieved 9 June He wrote in different categories, but enjoyed writing science fiction the most. In his own words”. Banks wrote thirteen SF novels, nine of which were part of the Culture series ; and a short story collection called The State of the Art includes some stories set in the same universe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote. Yes the book was dark and clever and so well written but the enjoyment factor just wasn’t there for me.

Banks, Iain (1954-)

His parents had intended to name him “Iain Menzies Banks”, but his father made a mistake when registering the birth and “Iain Banks” became the officially registered name. An only child, Banks lived in North Queensferry until the age of nine, near the naval dockyards in Rosyth where his father was based. Retrieved from ” https: Retrieved 10 June University of Stirling Development and External Affairs.

News from the Scottish Socialist Party”. Little, Brown Books Group. His twenty-seventh novel The Quarry was published posthumously.

Banks reaffirmed his atheism during his Saturday Live appearance, whereby he explained that death is an important “part of the totality of life” and should be treated realistically, instead of feared. Banks collaborated with the play’s soundtrack composer Gary Lloyd frequently, including on a collection of songs they co-composed in fabrykaa to bwnks fictional band ‘Frozen Gold’ from Banks’s novel ‘Espedair Street’.

His final interview was with Kirsty Wark and was broadcast as Iain Banks: Many of his novels contain elements of autobiography, [68] and feature various locations in his native Scotland. Retrieved 30 April Seriously, horrifically dark as hell The SF novels fabrya always mattered deeply to me — the Culture series in particular — and while it might not be what people want to hear academics especiallythe mainstream subsidised the SF, not the other way round.