Back to the western shore

“All through the 20th century, the west coast of Ireland continued to contain longing the way a bog contains rain. It was the lost place, a place that might be regained, a place where mourning was possible and time went slowly.” Anne Enright, for The Guardian, writes of the landscape that inspired her latest novel, The Green Road.

In an interview at the London Review Bookshop she talks about the book, the real road that gave rise to it, and writing in general.

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