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When Anthony Considine creeps into Mellick town with a stolen horse in 1789, it sets the destiny of his family for decades to come. By the 1850s, through thrift and hard work, his son Honest John has made the Considines a leading Mellick family. In turn, his son Anthony builds a fine house in the country for his wife and children—most especially for his adored son Dennis. Little does he know that when Dennis grows up he will threaten the toil of generations with his love for a peasant girl. A stirring family saga of divided loyalties and individual freedom; of matches made and lost; and of the constraints of religion and family pride.
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Kate O'Brien (1897-1974), one of Ireland's greatest and best-loved writers, was born in Limerick. As well as writing plays, travel and biography, she published nine beloved novels.Review:
"Reading Without My Cloak was the first time I realised how powerful the small ordinary family life story can be." —Maeve Binchy
"A peculiarly beautiful and arresting piece of fiction." —J.B. Priestly
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Book Description Virago UK, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111844083144
Book Description Virago UK, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844083144