A Belfast woman: stories

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Morrow, 1980 - Fiction - 142 pages
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A collection of short stories portrays women of Northern Ireland, whose lives bear the imprint of war, religious conflict, and the struggle to raise their families, and who find themselves questioning their beliefs

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A Belfast woman: stories

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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
13
Theresa
21
The Pursuit of Happiness
37
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