TITLE

Chapter Five: All Things Known: Mary Lavin

PUB. DATE
January 1989
SOURCE
Everlasting Voices: Aspects of the Modern Irish Short Story;1989, p80
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter Five of the book "Everlasting Voice: Aspects of the Modern Irish Short Story," by Richard J. Thompson is presented. It profiles Mary Lavin as one of the Irish short story masters. It notes that Lavin's literary works concentrate on a small number of situations such as the possibility and need of a revived love-life, nasty families as well as aging and dying. The three major aspects of her stories are also examined and presented.
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43219740

 

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