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The Vintage Book of Contemporary Irish Fiction Read & download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É [Download] ➸ The Vintage Book of Contemporary Irish Fiction ➽ Dermot Bolger – Gym-apparel.co.uk This dazzling anthology edited and introduced by DermH of Matti Bonner Aidan Higgins from Balcony of Europe Desmond Hogan from A Curious Street Jennifer Johnston from The Christmas Tree Neil Jordan Last Rights Molly Kean Patrick Vintage Book of MOBI #243 McCabe from The Butcher Boy Brian Moore The Sight Edna O'Brien What a Sky William Trevor The Ballroom of Romance Val Mulkerns Memory and Desire Robert McLiam Wilson from Ripley Bogle and many. I read a somewhat older version of this anthology by Picador Press Some good excerpts and shorts It got me to read a few of the writers Apparently free secondary education does make for writers and a few good ones

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Dwell The Hairdresser Sebastian Barry from The Engine of Owl Light Mary Beckett Heaven Samuel Beckett The Vintage Kindle For to End Yet Again Sara Berkeley The Sky's Gone Out Dermot Bolger The Journey Home Claire Boylan Villa Marta Shane Connaughton Ojus Mary Dorcey The Husband Roddy Doyle from The Snapper Anne Enright Men and Angels Hugo Hamilton from Surrogate City Dermot Healy The Deat. some really intensely great stories herein both from authors you know and have heard of and those you've never heard of but should because they are amazing writers I loved this collection thanks to son Alex for turning me on to it

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The Vintage Book of Contemporary Irish FictionThis dazzling anthology edited and introduced by Book of MOBI #239 Dermot Bolger is a splendidly comprehensive and up to the minute collection of the finest recent fiction from a nation of master storytellers This collection of astonishing breadth reveals a literature of genuine global stature as ancient as the Irish Sea Contributors and stories include John Banville from Mefisto Leland Bar. This is a fantastic collection with a very readable and excellent introduction by Dermot Bolger himself one of Ireland's literary luminaries There are complete short stories and excerpts from longer works and styles and subject matter to suit the most varied of tastes As one might expect from an Irish anthology there is a strong element of the macabre and deathly but that doesn't keep a good bit of humor from entering here and there Some of the most memorable stories are also the most horrific Maeve Kelly's Orange Horses and Colum McCann's Through The Fields to name two but there are many moments of strange and enduring beauty and humanity throughout particularly in Shane Connaughton's Ojus and Michael O'Loughlin's A Rock and Roll Death Read it and pick your own favorites