The Author s last non fiction book, The Perfect Stranger charted his early experiences, the premature death of his wife being the central event, causing him to reflect, and try to make sense of his life In the form of a journey to Australia to search for his great grandfather, Patrick, from County Carlow, he tells of the sense he has made of his life in the 25 years since his wife s death The journey takes him not only into the the south west wilderness of Tasmania, the rain forest, and the bush of New Zealand, but also into the past and present, into the nature of Irishness and its effects, into religion, tradition, myth and into the life of the author s father, writer of the wartime radio show ITMA The author s autobiographical memoir, The Perfect Stranger won the Richard Hilary Prize 1966....
|Publisher||:||Hutchinson 1st Edition edition March 1, 1990|
|Number of Pages||:||216 pages|
|File Size||:||777 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Finding Connections Reviews
The book itself met my expectations but I was disappointed in the copy I received. It arrived without a dust jacket and I was aged in appearance.