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Dublin, 1922. Some Catholics look to Riordan, their legendary leader, for deliverance. At the end of the week he will emerge from exile. The instigator is Sean whose avowel of self-sufficiency is undercut by his reliance upon the Englishman Arion. Sean cannot reach him and they fear betrayal.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published 1988 by Virago (first published 1937)
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Olivia Manning CBE was a British novelist, poet, writer and reviewer. Her fiction and non-fiction, frequently detailing journeys and personal odysseys, were principally set in England, Ireland, Europe and the Middle East. She often wrote from her personal experience, though her books also demonstrate strengths in imaginative writing. Her books are widely admired for her artistic eye and vivid ...more
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