The best of Adams's work, this collection of both fiction and non-fiction is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the present state of Ireland. 'The warmth of Adams's writing comes from the affection of a man for the remembered things of his past...Adams can write well.' - The Times Literary Supplement
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