In some ways, John Gilligan is the ultimate Irish joke, a small man of limited intelligence who managed by dint of violence to persuade those around him that he was the boss.
New Irish and Irish Australian novels reviewed by Frank O’Shea.
Fortunately for Rose Talbot, there was a backup Malahide – in Tasmania, Australia – to which Rose now moved.
If you ever wondered why Anne Enright was chosen as first Laureate for Irish Fiction, this book will explain.
It is easy today to forget the extreme ways that nineteenth-century British society divided along sectarian lines.
European elections, murder, the courts, two true Dubs
Roddy Doyle’s Charlie Savage is the best remedy for a bad mood or a feeling that life is going too fast