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Dark Lies the Island

Barry, Kevin (Book - 2012 )
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Dark Lies the Island
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This is a collection of stories about love and cruelty, crimes, desperation, and hope from the man Irvine Welsh has described as "the most arresting and original writer to emerge from these islands in years."
Authors: Barry, Kevin, 1969-
Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections
Title: Dark lies the island
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota :, Graywolf Press,, [2013]
Characteristics: 185 pages ;,22 cm
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Notes: "First published by Jonathan Cape, The Random House Group Ltd, London"--Title page verso.
Contents: Across the rooftops
Wifey redux
Fjord of Killary
A cruelty
|Beer trip to Llandudno
Ernestine and Kit
The mainland campaign
Wistful England
Doctor Sot
The girls and the dogs
White Hitachi
Dark lies the Island
Berlin Arkonaplatz- my lesbian summer.
Summary: This is a collection of stories about love and cruelty, crimes, desperation, and hope from the man Irvine Welsh has described as "the most arresting and original writer to emerge from these islands in years."
ISBN: 1555976514
9781555976514
Statement of Responsibility: stories by Kevin Barry
Copyright Date: ©2012
Genre/Form: Short stories.
LCCN: 2013937003
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