Tortured visions of a poet priest.
The entrepreneur talks debating Michael Gove, staying in the EU, and Margaret Thatcher.
The author says Brexit is “not an existential threat to the EU” but “what’s happening in Poland and Hungary is”.
Clues, maps and unlikely disguises: all narrated in majestic Ondaatjean style.
Milkman is both universal and a distinctly Irish novel, a dark satire with a twist of Beckett.
Ten years on, the aftershocks of the crash threaten the very notion of the nation state.
Edugyan shows there is more to bondage than physical captivity.
The prose is so clear that it feels less like writing and more like a surrendering to memory itself.
All would agree that when children lose their parents it is tragic, yet orphans have so often been neglected and abused.
When the war finally came to an end, artists on both sides had to face the problem of how to paint the peace.
Luck is usually a matter of perspective – yet those who think they have it often end up attracting more success.