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BeschreibungMark O'Sullivan's gripping novel, taking place in 1921 when the Irish War of Independence is drawing to a close, is as forceful as the character of Enright himself. The story hovers between the real and the imagined, between tenderness and violence, between myth and memory. Enright's voice haunts, revolts, sometimes amuses, and ultimately reveals the secret of survival--"defiant tenacity.
PortraitMARK O'SULLIVAN was born in Nottingham and grew up in Ireland. He is an award-winning writer for children and young adults. His previous titles include Melody for Nora (1994), Wash Basin Street Blues (1995), More than a Match (1996), White Lies (1997), Angels without Wings (1997) and Silent Stones (1999). He has won numerous awards including the Eilis Dillon/Bisto Book of the Year Award for First Novel (1995) and two Reading Association of Ireland Children's Book Awards (1999 and 2001). His work has been translated into six languages and his short stories and poetry have been published widely. He is married with two daughters and lives in Thurles, Co. Tipperary. Enright is his first novel for adults.
PressestimmenPraise for Enright 'there is much to admire in Mark O'Sullivan's novel, especially the vivid sense he gives us of that turburlent time' Paul Whitington, Irish Independent, September 2005 Praise for Mark O'Sullivan's writing 'impeccable mastery of narrative and dialogue' Sunday Tribune 'a challenging and original author' Books Ireland 'the truths and lies of life rarely meet with such provoking starkness'
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLACKSTAFF PR LTD
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2006
Seitenanzahl: 304 Seiten