Renowned British novelist Martin Amis has died. The writer died of cancer at his home in Florida, USA on Friday. He was 73 years old.
With reference to Isabel Fonseca, wife of Martin Amis This information was given in a report of the New York Times on Saturday.
Born in Oxford in 1949, Martin Amis has written 14 novels and several non-fiction books. He is considered one of the most influential writers of his time.
Sir Kingsley Amys, father of Martin Amys, was also a novelist and poet. Following in his father’s footsteps, Martin also began writing after completing his studies at Oxford University. His first novel ‘Rachel Papers’ was published in 1973.
But Martin Amis mainly comes into the discussion Published in 1984 With the novel ‘Money: A Suicide Note’. Apart from this, the two novels ‘London Fields’ published in 1989 and ‘Times Arrow’ published in 1991 are considered as one of his best literary works.