David Malcolm Storey (13 July 1933 – 27 March 2017) was an English playwright, screenwriter, award-winning novelist and a professional rugby league player. He won the Booker Prize in 1976 for his novel Saville. He also won the MacMillan Fiction Award for This Sporting Life in 1960.
David Malcolm Storey ( Wakefield, Yorkshire, 13 de julio de 1933 - Londres, 27 de marzo de 2017) fue un dramaturgo, guionista, novelista y jugador profesional de rugby a 13 británico. Ganó el Premio Booker en 1976 por su novela Saville, y el MacMillan Fiction Award por This Sporting Life en 1960.
Novelist and playwright David Storey was born on 13 July 1933 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was educated at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Wakefield, and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. His plays include The Restoration of Arnold Middleton (1967), which won the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright; The Contractor (1969
24 de may. de 2021 · In 1963 David Storey was an acclaimed novelist – but away from the spotlight he was battling anxiety and writer’s block. In this extract, he describes how he found a new life as a playwright
David Storey, in full David Malcolm Storey, (born July 13, 1933, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England—died March 26, 2017, London), English novelist and playwright whose brief professional rugby career and lower-class background provided material for the simple, powerful prose that won him early recognition as an accomplished storyteller and dramatist.
27 de mar. de 2017 · David Malcolm Storey, playwright and novelist, born 13 July 1933; died 27 March 2017 Ralph Richardson, left, and John Gielgud in the Royal Court’s production of Home, 1970. Photograph: Evening ...
David Storey: El ingenuo salvaje «Una novela extremadamente madura, técnica y emocionalmente.» (The Sunday Times) Una triunfal oda a la Inglaterra rugbística de los sesenta que habría firmado el mismísimo Alan Sillitoe: un mundo metálico de mugre, barro, sudor y ambiciones desnudas, pero también de gloria y tardes triunfales con el oval ...