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The Vintage Book Of Contemporary Irish Fiction (1995)


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Published: New York : Vintage Books, 1995
Edition:  1st Vintage Books ed
Description:  xxviii, 561 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0679765468,
Language:  English

Originally published: The Picador book of contemporary Irish fiction. London : Picador, 1993. With rev. introd

For to end yet again / The man-keeper / The talking trees / The killeen / A curious street / Black list, section h / The Christmas tree / High ground / Postcards / A woman's hair / Balcony of Europe / Happiness / Blood and water / Ojus / The butcher boy / Villa Marta / Burning your own / Cancer / The ballroom of romance / Good Behaviour / Last rites / Between two shores / Heaven / Memory and desire / The husband / What a sky / The snapper / Oranges from Spain / If angels had wings / Proxopera / The journey home / The heather blazing / Mothers were all the same / The sky's gone out / Ripley Bogle / Surrogate City / A rock-'n'-roll death / Remembering light and stone / The sight / Incident on the El Camino Real / Men and angels / Counterpoints / The hairdresser / Mefisto / The death of Matti Bonner / Absent children / Divided attention / Through the field /

Samuel Beckett -- Tom Mac Intyre -- Sean O'Faolain -- Mary Leland -- Desmond Hogan -- Francis Stuart -- Jennifer Johnston -- John McGahern -- Bridget O'Connor -- Bryan MacMahon -- Aidan Higgins -- Mary Lavin -- Eilis Ni Dhuibhne -- Shane Connaughton -- Patrick McCabe -- Clare Boylan -- Glenn Patterson -- Eugene McCabe -- William Trevor -- Molly Keane -- Neil Jordan -- Bernard MacLaverty -- Mary Beckett -- Val Mulkerns -- Mary Dorcey -- Edna O'Brien -- Roddy Doyle -- David Park -- Eoin McNamee -- Benedict Kiely -- Dermot Bolger -- Colm Toibin -- Joseph O'Connor -- Sara Berkeley -- Robert McLiam Wilson -- Hugo Hamilton -- Michael O'Loughlin -- Sebastian Barry -- Brian Moore -- Aidan Mathews -- Anne Enright -- Gerardine Meaney -- Leland Bardwell -- John Banville -- Dermot Healey -- John MacKenna -- Mary Morrissy -- Colum McCann

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Additional Credits:
Bolger, Dermot, 1959-

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