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Dance the Dance

MAC INTYRE, TOM

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ISBN 10: 057109323X / ISBN 13: 9780571093236
Published by Faber & Faber, London, 1970
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Title: Dance the Dance

Publisher: Faber & Faber, London

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Hard Cover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: First Edition, First printing

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Readers of literary review's on both sides of the Atlantic (and listeners to Radio- Telefis Eireann) will have been acquainted with the highly accomplished short stories of Mr. Mac Intyre before the publication of his dazzlingly brilliant and funny first novel, The Charollais, in 1969. The tales in this collection deftly exploit the form and their setting in 'Such a Favour' a boy's mother believes his ear-trouble has been cured by the miraculous intervention of an Irish martyr; 'Willy Wynne, Con Moto' focuses on class divisions in a provincial cinema; a woman's reunion, in 'Exposure', with a stranger who saved her life ends on an unexpectedly sour note. 'Epithalamion' (the longest story in the book) tells frankly and with a wry humour of the inhibiting effects on a honeymoon of too liturgically opulent a bridal suite. This book is an assured and satisfying performance by an outstanding talent.

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