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10 thoughts on “Dublin 4

  1. says:

    Fascinating moving and entirely delightful

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    Review to follow

  3. says:

    Four tales too long for a short story but not uite long enough for a novella but ever so engaging Perfect uick read for commuters I just became aware that people are looking for short reads for traveling on public transportation to work This is it These characters will linger with you They will nudge your judgments What wo

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    Ok First of the 4 stories was actually pretty interesting a woman plans a dinner party and invites friends as well as her husband's mistress Does she or doesn't she know that the woman is her husband's mistress Suspenseful The middle two storie

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    Every once in a while I read something that reminds me that reading is supposed to be pleasurable These are good perceptive entertain

  6. says:

    Excellent short stories set in an area of Dublin The characters grab you you find yourself wondering what happened to the characters after the story ends

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    This book consists of four longish short stories each focusing on a person or family living in Dublin and an issue they are facing These stories are not related to each otherThis was included in my copy of The Lilac Bus b

  8. says:

    Love the short story form and they were written well Just a bit too depressing for me to have actually enjoyed them

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    I now know the pleasure of Maeve Binchy’s fiction I'm sorry to meet this beautiful person's insight the year of her passing July 2012 But I have all of her work to look forward to Dublin 4 from 1982 comprises sho

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    I am not really a great fan of short stories and these were okay but the endings for me were rather abrubt and so I think there was that should have been toldIn the first one Carmel the wife of a bank manager Dermot is having a dinner party and asks Dermot's mistress to the dinner party which is being held on the opening night of her art exhibition The thing is Carmel never has dinner parties and everyone else who has been asked

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review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ø Maeve Binchy

A society hostess entertains her husband's mistress to dinner a country girl savours the delights of city life a student faces the dilemma of Four tales too long for a short story but not uite long enough for a novella but ever so engaging Perfect uick read for commuters I just became aware that people are looking for short reads for traveling on public transportation to work This is it These characters will linger with you They will nudge your judgments What would you do in the situation Lest I forget please note that Maeve Binchy is a top of the line story teller a good writer and weaves minute details tucked in so easily that you don t know how much you actually know about the character until he or she does something unexpected and you think Of courseWhen the snow flies and you re stranded in front of the fire reach for a Maeve Binchy When the sun casts a weak winter shadow and promises a melt don t walk on ice Read MaeveI went to Eclipse a local used book store and bought all their Maeve Binchy s Well all I could carry I think that should be my way to limit purchase If I can t carry I won t buy it Happy reading

review Dublin 4

Dublin 4

Unmarried pregnancy and a drink ridden photographer tries to relaunch a shattered careerThis vintage collection of stories from the bestsell Ok First of the 4 stories was actually pretty interesting a woman plans a dinner party and invites friends as well as her husband s mistress Does she or doesn t she know that the woman is her husband s mistress Suspenseful The middle two stories really weren t all that great and the last story was a train wreck You knew that the train wreck was going to happen it was just a matter of time but still you hope you re wrong and that the story will end happily But of course it doesn t

review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ø Maeve Binchy

Ing author of Light a Penny Candle and Circle of Friends is Maeve Binchy at her best her trademark warmth wit and compassion are unmistakeabl Love the short story form and they were written well Just a bit too depressing for me to have actually enjoyed them