Being Emily

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  • ENGLISH

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  • 320

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  • 9781847671257

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  • 0 mm

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  • 12 mm

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  • 204 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 26 FEBRUARY 2009

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    Things are never dull in the O’Connell family. Still, Fiona, squeezed between her quiet brother and her mischievous line-dancing twin sisters, thinks life in their tenement flat is far less interesting than Emily Brontës. But tragedy is not confined to Victorian novels, and life for Fiona in this happy domestic setup is about to change forever. Following the devastating e Things are never dull in the O’Connell family. Still, Fiona, squeezed between her quiet brother and her mischievous line-dancing twin sisters, thinks life in their tenement flat is far less interesting than Emily Brontës. But tragedy is not confined to...  Read More

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    Anne Donovan

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    Anne Donovan’s prize-winning short stories have been published in various anthologies and broadcast on BBC radio. Her collection Hieroglyphics and Other Stories came out in 2001. 2003 saw the release of her debut novel Buddha Da, which was shortlisted for the Orange Prize; both books published by Canongate Books. A resident of Glasgow, Scotland, Donovan often employs the local, working-class dialect in her writing; as she says, it provides a more direct line to the heart, you get closer.

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