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Charles Percy Snow (Baron Snow of the City of Leicester)

Charles Percy Snow was an English novelist and physicist, who wrote "Strangers and Brothers," a series of novels depicting the professional and intellectual classes and detailing the struggles involved in the pursuit of ambition and the exercise of power.

Background

  • C.P. Snow was born into a working-class family; both parents are British.

  • Works

    • New Lives for Old
    • The Search
    • The Malcontents
    • In Their Wisdom

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Labour Party

    Religion

    Denomination: Atheist

    Charles Snow
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    Born October 15, 1905
    Died July 1, 1980
    (aged 74)
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    • 1940 - 1944
      technical director, the Ministry of Labour
      London
    • 1945 - 1960
      civil service commissioner
    • 1964 - 1966
      parliamentary secretary in the Labour administration of Harold Wilson, the House of Lords to the Minister of Technology
      London

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