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Roger Boylan’s books include Killoyle, The Great Pint-Pulling Olympiad, Killoyle Wine and Cheese, and, most recently, The Adorations.
Patrick Leigh Fermor's The Broken Road
A lost story shows the young writer struggling in Joyce's shadow
Steven Moore's The Novel: An Alternative History (1600-1800)
In Peter Stamm's novels, life is more livable when you stop expecting miracles, and desire succumbs to reality.
Joseph Roth and the End of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Julian Barnes asks: How much of what we think makes us special is only a trick of memory?
Reading Flann in the birthplace of psychoanalysis.
Howard Jacobson is the Jewish Jane Austen.
The posthumous career of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, has been a busy one.
The Passions of Arthur Koestler.
Remembering Beckett twenty years after his death.
The lives of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
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