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

SPLITTING THE VOTE

Young Nathan Zuckerman is preaching to his father about politics, but his father has some lessons too about what the Republican party is for.
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SEEING BRIGHT PICTURES

Charlotte Brontë receives some well meant advice from a more senior literary figure, which however she finds a little confusing.
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OTHER PEOPLE’S TRADES

Being a writer can be and has been combined with many other activities, manufacturing paint and varnish for example.
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QUIXOTE IN WICKLOW

A decayed country house moves JM Synge to a creative empathy for its vanished inhabitants.
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