Stimulus of Sin: Selected Writings of John Broderick
John Broderick, Madeline Kingston
Dufour Editions, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
Athlone-born writer John Broderick was an astringent commentator on the rapidly shifting mores of Ireland from the 1960s to 1980s. Featuring a foreword by Bruce Arnold, this book brings together a selection of his book reviews and other journalism, as well as short fiction.
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