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William Irvine
William Irvine
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 1 February
  • Member Since: May 2017
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When the author was aged eleven, one of his four sisters married someone whose family had lived in India for four generations. Weaned by his brother-in-law on stories of snakes, vengeful servants and panthers, it is perhaps no surprise that he jumped at the chance to live, aged nineteen in rural Bihar as a volunteer worker when the opportunity arose. He spent the best part of a year there at a leprosy hospital. He went on to read philosophy, his other great love, at the University of Sussex, attracted by its then reputation as a hotbed of radicalism. He has since returned to South Asia many times in pursuit of his interest in Eastern philosophy. Not finding much demand for philosophers in the workplace, he went on to pursue a career in IT and has ended up working for one of modern India’s new technology behemoths.

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The Polygamist

Publish Date: Sep 28, 2016

Genre: New Adult Romance, Erotic Romance, Women's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Religion & Spirituality

avg rating4.7 - 35 reviews on Amazon

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The Polygamist

The Polygamist


Publication Date: Sep 28, 2016

New Adult Romance, Erotic Romance, Women's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Religion & Spirituality

4.7 (35 ratings)

William Irvine Interview

  • On 30, 05 2017

    William Irvine interview

    IT graduate and philosophy enthusiast William Irvine grew up in Hastings, but spent many a day staring at the horizon and wondering what lat beyond. While still a boy, his eldest sister married a man from a British colonial family who told him riveting tales from the Subcontinent of India. So, when the opportunity to do voluntary work in a Leprosy hospital in Bihar... read full interview

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