Melville House



Leonard and Hungry Paul

Rónán Hession takes on the familiar and mines it for its beauty and significance, as well as its whimsy.

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Review of ‘Leonard and Hungry Paul’

Most of us lead quiet lives, strung together by the many moments that make up the act of simply living. Our lives are shaped around the mundane as much as the unexpected. We attempt a new project, talk to that person we think is cute or have an honest, loving conversation with our family. We…

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