Time after time

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Knopf, Jan 1, 1984 - Fiction - 249 pages
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The Swifts -- three sisters of marked eccentricity, defiantly christened April, May and baby June, and their only brother, one-eyed Jasper -- have little in common, save vivid memories of their darling mother and a long lost youth particularly prone to acts of treachery.

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User Review  - Cariola - LibraryThing

I'm not sure exactly what to make of this book, a rather dark comedy centered around decaying Irish gentility. The four elderly Swift siblings--Jasper and his fluffily named sisters, April, May, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - FleurinherWorld - LibraryThing

In Time After Time Molly Keane extends an invitation to an Irish country house. It’s an invitation that I am very glad that I accepted. The house was once beautiful, but it has fallen upon hard times ... Read full review

Contents

In the Kitchen
3
In the DiningRoom
22
Bedtime
38
Copyright

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Molly Keane (1904-1996) was an Irish novelist and playwright who often wrote under the pseudonym M. J. Farell. She is best known for her novel "Good Behaviour" (1981), which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. Michele Roberts is the author of several novels, including "Daughters of the House," which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and won the W.H. Smith Literary Award in 1992.

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