In three urgent pieces of non-fiction Anne Enright explores speech
and silence in the lives of Irish women: the long silence
surrounding the Mother and Baby home in Tuam which was broken by
the voice of Catherine Corless, the silence of Irish literary
critics in response to work by women, and the reclaimed voice of
the Irish writer Maeve Brennan. The short story form is celebrated
with two new pieces of writing, and a biographical piece looks at
the role of Canadian fiction in her reading life.
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