Space to Think, a new book celebrating ten years of the Dublin Review of Books More Information 
Space To Think

Space to Think

Ten Years of the Dublin Review of Books

Edited by Maurice Earls and Enda O’Doherty

Space to Think gathers together some fifty essays on Irish and international literature, history and culture. This handsomely produced volume is currently available in bookshops at €25 and online from the drb at a special reader's discount price of €20.

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Contributors include

Roy Foster
Terry Eagleton
Denis Donoghue
Lara Marlowe
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin
Adrian Hardiman
Catriona Crowe
Pádraig Yeates
Siobhán Parkinson

Subjects include

The letters of Samuel Beckett
The life of Seamus Heaney
The law and Ulysses
The politics of George Orwell
Kevin Barry’s Beatlebone
The American crime novel
Courtship in Jane Austen’s England
Irish prisoners of war in WWII
The Ryanair experience

Reviews

‘The Dublin Review of Books is a wonderfully rich, intelligent, informative and, above all, literate online venture.’

- John Banville

 

“I love essays. Those explorations of all the big questions of the day – and some of the smaller ones – need elbow room, space which newspapers won’t give. That’s why we need the Dublin Review of Books.” – Olivia O’Leary



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