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There's a bit more space in my local library

When questioned by my husband about the new book stalagmites on the living room floor, I’m going to claim they’re a kind of public service. After all, there’s no way the library would manage to fit in  431 more words


eu leio #13: leituras de junho

Junho teve uma queda no número de leituras, deu pra ver, já que eu viajei e descobri que 1) ler durante a viagem foi mais complexo do que eu imaginava e 2) ler no aeroporto até rende, mas a pessoa precisa de determinação :P… 788 more words


Review – The Country Girls, Minerva Theatre, Chichester, 24th June 2017

Edna O’Brien is one of those very famous authors whom absolutely no one I know has ever read. “What play are we seeing for the matinee in Chichester?” asked Mrs Chrisparkle showing surprising interest a couple of hours before curtain-up. 688 more words

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The Country Girls - review

Edna O’Brien has adapted her controversial 1960 novel The Country Girls for the stage, and it is premiered at Chichester’s Minerva Theatre. This is the book that was banned and burned in 1960 Ireland.

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Commonplace Book (June 18th, 2017)

“Big drops hung on the bushes and just did not fall; the silvery, fluffy toi-toi was limp on its long stalks, and all the marigolds and the pinks in the bungalow gardens were bowed to the earth with wetness. 279 more words

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The Little Red Chairs by Edna O'Brien

Summary from Goodreads:

Vlad, a stranger from Eastern Europe masquerading as a healer, settles in a small Irish village where the locals fall under his spell. 467 more words


Review: Saints and Sinners, by Edna O'Brien

Edna O’Brien is an award-winning Irish writer of novels, plays, poetry, short stories, and biographies. Saints and Sinners is her 8th short story collection, and after it’s release in 2011, it won the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. 588 more words

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