The Art of Fiction No. 151
Briefly

Martin Amis, a prominent British author, was born on August 25, 1949, in Oxford, England. He began his writing career with book reviews for the London Observer and worked as an editorial assistant for The Times Literary Supplement. His first novel, The Rachel Papers, was published in 1973 and received critical acclaim. Amis subsequently published several more novels and collections of journalism.
His first novel, The Rachel Papers, was published in 1973 and received critical acclaim.
Amis grew up in various university towns where his father taught literature. He graduated from Exeter College, Oxford, with first-class honors in English. Throughout his career, he has written on various topics, including nuclear threat and the death of the planet. Amis has also been involved in literary feuds.
Amis grew up in the various university towns in which his father taught literature: Swansea, Princeton, and Cambridge.
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