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On the Occasion of the th Anniversary. One hundred and fifty years ago, inthe people of Ballingaddy, though poor, were alive and well and full of Faith. It was in that year that the decision was taken to build a new church.
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Echoes of an Autobiography Naguib Mahfouz, Author, Denys Johnson-Davies, Translator, Nadine Gordimer, Foreword by Doubleday Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ECHOES was the 6th full manuscript I wrote, and honestly the first one I felt was actually really good.
I queried it, collected rejections like Pokémon, and decided to shelf it for about a year. In that time I wrote two more, one of them even was part of Pitch Wars in Finally I gave ECHOES one last chance during #PitMad and now we’re here.
Echoes of Ballingaddy by Catherine O’Mahony (). An Mangaire Súgach: The Poet’s Life and a Commentary on his poems (). I have called the book The Story of Kilmallockrather than A History of Kilmallock, for while the book is, to a very large extent, a.
From the Reviews: "Echoes of an Autobiography is something of a surprise: not so much a record of a long life (Mr Mahfouz is now 85) as a collection of allusions and aphorisms. The obvious comparison is with the mystic musing of Lebanon's Kahlil Gibran () Look a little deeper, however, and what emerges is the familiar Mahfouz obsession with humanity's foibles.".
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