Sam Hanna Bell

















































Sam Hanna Bell 1909-1990

 Born in Glasgow. After various jobs, he worked for the BBC, as a scriptwriter and producer. He wrote short stories, novels and plays. His best work sympathetically portrays the Ulster working class Protestant. His works include Summer Loanen, December Bride, The Hollow Ball, A Man Flourishing, Across the Narrow Sea, Erinís Orange Lily,  The Theatre in Ulster and other books about folklore, the arts and the theatre. He died in Belfast and was cremated at Roselawn Crematorium.

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