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C. P. Snow

British writer

1905   -   1980

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
educated at: Christ's College, University of Leicester
occupation: physicist, writer, politician, literary critic
award received: Commander of the Order of the British Empire, James Tait Black Memorial Prize, life peer, knighthood

Charles Percy Snow, Baron Snow, CBE (15 October 1905 – 1 July 1980) was a novelist and English physical chemist who also served in several important positions in the British Civil Service and briefly in the UK government. He is best known for his series of novels known collectively as Strangers and Brothers, and for The Two Cultures, a 1959 lecture in which he laments the gulf between scientists and "literary intellectuals".
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works

9

The Two Cultures

Science lecture

author: C. P. Snow

Death Under Sail

detective novel by C. P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1932

Corridors of Power

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1964

George Passant

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1940

Strangers and Brothers

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

The Light and the Dark

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1947

The Masters

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1951

Time of Hope

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1949

The Conscience of the Rich

book by C.P. Snow

author: C. P. Snow

1958

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