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Val McDermid
 @valmcdermid
Sad to wake up in NZ to the news of Hilary Mantel’s death. She changed the face of historical fiction, first with A Place of Greater Safety, then the Wolf Hall trilogy. A provider of good advice to other writers, a clear and concise giver of firm opinions. A real loss.
23 Sep, 09:55 PM UTC
rachel syme
 @rachsyme
the wolf hall trilogy made and remade my mind, but my very favorite hilary mantel was her 2003 memoir "giving up the ghost" in which she wrote the lines: "Trust your reader, stop patronizing your reader, give your reader credit for being smart as you at least.”
23 Sep, 03:40 PM UTC
The New York Review of Books
 @nybooks
We mourn the death of Hilary Mantel (1952–2022), a frequent contributor to the Review on subjects ranging from Jane Austen to colonial India to Annie Proulx, and whose novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies we are proud to have excerpted prior to their publication. @nybooks's photo on Wolf Hall
23 Sep, 06:05 PM UTC
BBC Archive
 @BBCArchive
Dame Hilary Mantel, author of the best-selling Wolf Hall trilogy, has died aged 70. Known for her historical novels, she won the Booker Prize twice. Back in 1990, on Speaking Volumes, she was asked to recommend one of her favourite books... @BBCArchive's photo on Wolf Hall
23 Sep, 04:50 PM UTC
BBC News (World)
 @BBCWorld
Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel dies aged 70 https://t.co/BbjUvRPr87
23 Sep, 04:12 PM UTC
The New Yorker
 @NewYorker
Hilary Mantel has died, at age 70. Revisit a 2012 Profile of the author of “Wolf Hall,” who said the Man Booker Prize-winning novel unscrolled before her: “I knew from the first paragraph that this was going to be the best thing I’d ever done.” https://t.co/1uPgRLPrbD
23 Sep, 03:53 PM UTC
the banks are out of money
@mrgracemugabe
there's a line in wolf hall when cromwell dreams about his recently deceased wife and says when wakes up he must "learn the lack of her all over again." a simple line but each word chosen so carefully, always stuck with me even though it's such a quiet, easily forgettable moment
23 Sep, 11:33 PM UTC
Nigel Featherstone
@NGFeathers
'When asked by the Financial Times earlier this month whether she believed in an afterlife, Mantel said she did, but that she could not imagine how it might work. “However, the universe is not limited by what I can imagine,” she said.' What a loss. Vale. https://t.co/W35yn0LtgY
23 Sep, 07:45 PM UTC
MASTERPIECE | PBS
 @masterpiecepbs
We are deeply saddened to learn of Hilary Mantel’s passing. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and all those with whom she’s worked over the years, including the team behind the TV adaptation of Wolf Hall. https://t.co/apEe7XZ4KY
23 Sep, 11:56 PM UTC
Paul Holdengraber
@holdengraber
R. I. P. HILARY MANTEL “When asked by the Financial Times earlier this month whether she believed in an afterlife, Mantel said she did, but that she could not imagine how it might work. “However, the universe is not limited by what I can imagine” https://t.co/yILDw0CYr0
23 Sep, 03:29 PM UTC
Ina de Bree
@InadeBree
‘It is the absence of facts that frightens people: the gap you open, into which they pour their fears, fantasies, desires.’ Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall, 2009 https://t.co/o75QzlvAZ4
23 Sep, 10:38 PM UTC
Erin Burnett
 @ErinBurnett
This is a shock. What a terrible loss: Her dialogue made history feel like overhearing real conversation. https://t.co/mDjniAbFVW
24 Sep, 07:24 AM UTC
Leo Robson
@leorobsonwriter
Here's my tribute to Hilary Mantel (1952-2022), unabashed practitioner of the historical novel (A Place of Greater Safety, Wolf Hall etc), w. longer quotations, more facts, fewer errors/typos (but may have retained a couple, to keep readers on their toes) https://t.co/9uorsE4c68
24 Sep, 12:44 PM UTC
Emilio Perez
@CEOEnterpriseNX
Read #WolfHall by @hilarymantel #RipHilaryMantel https://t.co/zxAN6Ey4WS via @amazon
23 Sep, 04:00 PM UTC
Hannah MacInnes
 @hannahmacin
Director of the Wolf Hall Screen Adaptation Peter Kosminsky @kosmoSFL joins me on @TimesRadio following the death of the great Dame Hilary Mantel: ‘I feel a great light has gone out’ ‘no one can replace her’ @hannahmacin's photo on Wolf Hall
23 Sep, 06:39 PM UTC
MA NMWA
@MANMWA2
Hilary Mantel, Prize-Winning Author Known for ‘Wolf Hall,’ Dies at 70 - The New York Times https://t.co/w7BAFkyfbE
24 Sep, 01:57 PM UTC
Shivalika_tripathi
@T_shivalika
@goodreads Wolf hall By Hilary mantel
24 Sep, 01:52 PM UTC
@chris_wigley
@chris_wigley
Amen. Wolf Hall got me through a badly broken leg. “Where in the Bible does it say ‘Pope’?” is still, as colleagues will attest, my go to line to challenge questionable orthodoxies… https://t.co/uWcO2WbpQq
24 Sep, 01:42 PM UTC
Save Redland Library
@SaveRedlandLibr
How Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy turned Thomas Cromwell from villain to hero The Booker winner brought fierce intellectual rigour to her reimagining of Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn’s story https://t.co/wbvqy0Rw6P
24 Sep, 01:38 PM UTC
Independent Publisher Magazine
@IPPYmag
Hilary Mantel, celebrated author of Wolf Hall, dies at 70 The Booker prize-winning author of the Wolf Hall trilogy, "was regarded as one of the greatest English-language novelists of this century, winning the Booker Prize twice..." https://t.co/glyNTxwjQK via @guardian
23 Sep, 02:20 PM UTC
Onjezani Kenani
@onjezani
Tears for brilliant British writer, Hilary Mantel, author of bestselling books, "Wolf Hall" and "Bring up the bodies", who has passed on at the age of 70. https://t.co/hyHhgX20s9
24 Sep, 01:02 PM UTC
Yahoo
 @Yahoo
Hilary Mantel, the two-time Booker Prize-winning British novelist best known for the books “Wolf Hall” and “Bring Up the Bodies,” has died. She was 70. https://t.co/7YwHvPmVvf
24 Sep, 01:00 PM UTC
Michael Cullinane
@MichaelCullina2
@lmchervinsky I’ll stop after the second. Only through a small bit of Wolf Hall, but wow.
24 Sep, 12:59 PM UTC
jon_stride
@jon_stride
@FelicityHannah I enjoyed Wolf Hall when it was on the tv too (and not just because the opening scenes were shot locally to me).
24 Sep, 12:58 PM UTC
Dr Leonie Hicks
@LeonieVHicks
@hagenilda One flew over the cuckoo's nest A room of one's own Wolf Hall War and Peace White Teeth Pilgrim's Progress Jamaica Inn Infinite Jest We need to talk about Kevin Fifty Shade of Grey
24 Sep, 12:57 PM UTC
Gingersnap
@GingersnapOnDL
In loving memory of Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel. Our condolences here: https://t.co/dNXRaqauWQ #HilaryMantel #DamianLewis #MarkRylance #WolfHall #HenryVIII #KingHenryVIII #ThomasCromwell https://t.co/7Uvl4zoLO9
24 Sep, 12:46 PM UTC
Soup (not really in jail!)
@SoupelinaJail
@AuntieSyzygy No. And I've had readers block for years. But I've been having a fancy for these lately and now she's dead. Other readers I know think she's brilliant. I saw Wolf Hall on tv and thought it was excellent. Fantastic acting by all, and sets. 2 really outstanding tv scenes.
24 Sep, 12:40 PM UTC
Auntie Syzygy
@AuntieSyzygy
@SoupelinaJail Only the Wolf Hall ones, which tbh I didn’t like as much as the TV adaptation, and bits and pieces of other stuff memoirs etc which I think brilliant. Away to read those properly now, when I can get hold of them. You?
24 Sep, 12:34 PM UTC
St Modan's English, RE and Literacy
@StModanEnglish
Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel dies aged 70 🥀 https://t.co/mNTGwVgTzj
23 Sep, 03:30 PM UTC