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Gerald Hanley (1916–1992)

Author of The Consul at Sunset

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Born in Liverpool to a poor Irish family from Cork, Hanley was overshadowed throughout his life by his older brother James. He joined the army at the beginning of the Second World War and used his military experiences as the basis of several novels. In the 1950s, Ernest Hemingway singled him out as the foremost of the rising generation of English novelists.
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