Four Letters Of Love
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Contemporary Irish fiction is almost always about Irishness. Extraordinarily rooted in the Irish language and landscape, this novel is no exception, embracing both William Trevor's dark Ireland and Maeve Binchy's lighter one. Yet in its serious
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