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5 thoughts on “Cal By Bernard MacLaverty

  1. says:

    Cal is a hard hitting, compassionate story about a young Catholic man caught up in the sectarian strife of Northern Ireland in the 1970s It s a good psychological study of 19 year old Cal, whose nauseous reaction to a brie

  2. says:

    A bleak portrait of a young Catholic man Cal living with his father in a Protestant Housing Development in Northern Ireland Cal s l

  3. says:

    This is a brilliantly constructed story set in the recent history of the Troubles that have beset the Irish peoples Everyone is real as is the action Cal s struggles are painful to read and the ending of this book, is abrupt and yet one of the most dramatic of any book I have read The dilemmas and hardships Cal has to endure are tenderly expressed as he struggles to find his way in a country riven by sectarian violence and religi

  4. says:

    As the son of Irish Immigrants, I felt the sadness and frustration of Cal as he tries to make something of his life despite being tormented and harassed both by the British invaders and his own Irish peers Heartbreaking.

  5. says:

    Interesting personal view of the difficult life for a young man during this time in history in Ireland Ends like there should be a sequel.

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E fear and violence of Ulster Cal is a haunting love story that unfolds in a land where tenderness and innocence can only flicker briefly in the dark. This is a brilliantly constructed story set in the recent history of the Troubles that have beset the Irish peoples Everyone is real as is the action Cal s struggles are painf