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Currently, living in South London with his wife, Canadian photographer Charla Jones, Adam Foulds has come a long way in his thirty years on this world. Produced in 1974, on the boundary of London and Essex County, Foulds was a child of wonder. From a young age, Foulds found adore bird watching and natural history, believing he would grow up to be a zoologist (Wroe). Foulds attended Bancroft's School in Woodford Green at which age fifteen he found his talent for writing, when a teacher suggested that he wrote a piece for the school's poetry club (Elgot; "Adam Foulds- UEA"). The teacher was so pleased with the job Foulds was making that he encouraged him to keep hold of his sanity as one day scholars may be interested in him (Wroe). Foulds went through the remainder of his education, earning his bachelor's degree at St. Catherine's College, Oxford, before going on to study creative writing at the University of East Anglia ("Adam Foulds"). After graduating UEA, Foulds began the search for an agent, working in shops and offices in the meantime ("Adam Foulds- UEA"). While his university friends went off to become doctors, attorneys, and professors, Foulds found himself working as a forklift truck driver at a warehouse at Tufnell Park. However, he didn't dislike the task because the manual work gave him time alone with his thoughts to make fresh ideas for his writing (Foulds). Foulds first novel (The Truth About These Strange Times) has been printed in 2007, six years after graduating UEA together with his master's degree in creative writing ("Adam Foulds"). Foulds only has three published works, The Truth about These Strange Times, a novel published in 2007, '' The Broken Word, a story poem printed in 2008, and The Quickening Maze, anothe...