James Henry Stanley Barlow was born on 1 December 1921 in. .This Side of the Sky - 1964. One Man in the World - 1966. The Burden of Proof - 1968.
James Henry Stanley Barlow was born on 1 December 1921 in Birmingham, England. During his childhood Barlow lived in various locations in the West Midlands, his father having to move fairly frequently for his job with a bank. Although receiving some critical acclaim with this and his next two books, he did not achieve real success until 1960, with the publication of The Patriots, a story of war veterans struggling to adjust to civilian life and drifting into a life of crime. In 1969 Barlow moved with his family to Tasmania in Australia but returned a few years later and settled in Ireland.
James Barlow was a British novelist, born on 1 December 1921 in Birmingham, England. The author of thirteen novels and one work of non-fiction, he died suddenly at the age of 51 in Ireland on 30 January 1973. Books by James Barlow. Mor. rivia About This Side of the Sky.
Around 1946 Barlow wrote what he later described as a "big sad book" and named it "The Power and the Glory" until he saw the same title by Graham Greene, of whom he had never heard of before. Discarding his own novel, Barlow started writing in earnest whilst employed as a water rates inspector for the Birmingham Corporation Water Board. Further novels including 'The Hour of Maximum Danger'(1962), 'This Side of the Sky'(1964), 'One Man in the World'(1966), 'The Burden of Proof'(1968) followed in quick succession.
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Barlow was feeling depressed when I dropped by to talk about his role in bringing awareness to mental health. It’s a roller coaster. He powered through and joked that instead of looking into the camera lens, I’ll look at you. Then I can see your ‘Shut the hell up’ eyes. That’s a look that plays across the faces of TV news people when they have enough tape on a subject. I don’t want to think just because they see me on TV for those three minutes that my life is perfect, because it’s not, he said.