Colm Tóibín

Long Island revisits Eilis Lacey more than 20 years after the events of Colm Toíbín’s 2009 novel, Brooklyn, which introduced readers to this self-possessed, elusive young woman.

Long Island revisits Eilis Lacey more than 20 years after the events of Colm Toíbín’s 2009 novel, Brooklyn, which introduced readers to this self-possessed, elusive young woman.

Featuring essays that will make readers long for a place they’ve never seen, A Guest at the Feast is a reminder of Colm Toibin’s power as a writer of more than just fiction.

Featuring essays that will make readers long for a place they’ve never seen, A Guest at the Feast is a reminder of Colm Toibin’s power as a writer of more than just fiction.

Colm Tóibín’s fictional portrait of German novelist Thomas Mann is a deeply researched, highly accomplished and elegant work that makes for compelling reading.

Colm Tóibín’s fictional portrait of German novelist Thomas Mann is a deeply researched, highly accomplished and elegant work that makes for compelling reading.

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