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A Guest at the Feast: Colm Toibin

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Description for A Guest at the Feast: Colm Toibin Hardcover. ***THIS IS A PREORDER TO BE SHIPPED ON OR AROUND THE PUBLICATION DATE IN NOVEMBER 2022***
A Guest at the Feast uncovers the places where politics and poetics meet, where life and fiction overlap, where one can be inside writing and also outside of it. From the melancholy and amusement within the work of the writer John McGahern to an extraordinary essay on his own cancer diagnosis, Toibin delineates the bleakness and strangeness of life and also its richness and its complexity. As he reveals the shades of light and dark in a Venice without tourists and the streets of Buenos Aires riddled with disappearances, we find ourselves considering law and religion in ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Hardback
Publication date
2022
Publisher
Viking
Condition
New
Number of Pages
320
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780241004630
SKU
9780241004630
Shipping Time
Will be shipped on or around publication date
Ref
99-200

About Colm Tóibín
Colm Toibin was born in Ireland in 1955. He is the author of ten novels, three of which were nominated for the Booker Prize, two collections of stories and many works of non-fiction. His most recent novel, The Magician, was a top ten bestseller and was shortlisted for the Rathbones Folio Award. In 2021 he was awarded the David Cohen ... Read more

Reviews for A Guest at the Feast: Colm Toibin
I love everything Colm Toibin has written
Nicola Sturgeon
New Statesman
A work of art, an emotional reckoning with a century of change
The Times on The Magician
Both epic and intimate . . . a moving portrait of three generations of sprawling, loving, fractious family life . . . a triumph
Financial Times ... Read more

Goodreads reviews for A Guest at the Feast: Colm Toibin