A Belfast Woman

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Poolbeg Press, 1980 - English fiction - 112 pages
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Eleven finely-crafted stories of depth and compassion chronical unfulfilled lives and the longings and tensions of ordinary people in North Ireland. The title story is one of the most powerful to come from that troubled region.

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Beckett's second book is a slim volume of short stories about the desperate lives of women in Northern Ireland. In the title story, a Catholic woman receives an anonymous note threatening to burn down ... Read full review

Contents

The Excursion
5
Theresa
12
The Pursuit of Happiness
24
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Beckett is a novelist and children's author.

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