Molly Keane's Ireland: An Anthology

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This anthology, compiled by the novelist Molly Keane and her daughter, freelance journalist Sally Phipps, contains an array of the best in Irish literature: both the famous and the less well-known. Swift, Joyce, Yeats, Synge, O'Connor, Kinsella, Beckett, O'Faolain, Heaney, Campbell and McGuckian, among others, write on subjects ranging from God, exile, love and death to fairies, horse-racing, wit and whiskey. Whether it is Elizabeth Bowen on the country house, Trollope on hospitality, musings on the magical colours of the wind, or a recipe for moss pudding, the pieces collected here capture the romantic, elusive Irish character, reflect the richness of the culture and paint a picture of the "struggle and the glory" of life in Ireland throughout history.

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Book Description London : HarperCollins, 1993. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 232 pages; Physical description. : xxi,232 p. 22 cm. Subject: Irish literature. Irish poetry. English prose literature - Ireland. Ireland - Poetry. Ireland - In literature. Ireland - Literary collections. English literature. Summary: This anthology, compiled by the novelist Molly Keane and her daughter, freelance journalist Sally Phipps, contains an array of the best in Irish literature: both the famous and the less well-known. Swift, Joyce, Yeats, Synge, O'Connor, Kinsella, Beckett, O'Faolain, Heaney, Campbell and McGuckian, among others, write on subjects ranging from God, exile, love and death to fairies, horse-racing, wit and whiskey. Whether it is Elizabeth Bowen on the country house, Trollope on hospitality, musings on the magical colours of the wind, or a recipe for moss pudding, the pieces collected here capture the romantic, elusive Irish character, reflect the richness of the culture and paint a picture of the "struggle and the glory" of life in Ireland throughout history. 0 Kg. 232 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 193594

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