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Home is a place in the mind

Dear Maeve,

If your novella The Visitor (2000, originally written in the 1940’s) had a face, it would be one of a trapped animal, diverted from its burrow, silently showing its teeth to its predator. 1,448 more words

Scarlet Letters

Maeve Brennan

Maeve Brennan (January 6, 1917 – November 1, 1993) was an Irish writer and journalist.

Born in Dublin, she moved to the United States, in 1934, when her father became the first Irish ambassador in Washington. 127 more words

Recipients

Gallery run 5th April

Regent’s Canal from Hackney.


John McAllister of Carl Freedman Gallery with negative-like natural imagery.


On Brick Lane.


Maeve Brennan at Chisenhale Gallery with a documentary film following 3 characters who assemble or care for discarded or disintegrated objects in Lebanon. 85 more words

Victoria Miro

Anne Enright at the University of Limerick

Ireland’s Laureate for Irish Fiction and Man Booker prizewinner, Anne Enright, visited the University of Limerick on October 6th, where she read from her work and delivered a lecture on the Irish writer, the late Maeve Brennan. 319 more words

Culture & Communication

The Visitor by Maeve Brennan

Home is…

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Anastasia King left her father’s home when she was 16 to live with her mother in Paris. Now, when she is 22, both her parents are dead and she has returned to Dublin expecting to live in her old home with her paternal grandmother. 867 more words

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