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Anne Enright

Anne Enright

·3.22·35,769 Ratings
“ I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think. ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • Finbar's Hotel

    1999·
    ·3.41·497 Ratings
    "Devised and edited" by Dermot Bolger, Finbar's Hotel pools the efforts of seven acclaimed Irish novelists -- Joseph O'Connor, Anne Enright, Colm Toíbín, Roddy Doyle, Jennifer Johnston, Hugo Hamilton, and Bolger himself -- in a humorous and suspenseful
  • The Pleasure of Eliza Lynch

    2004·
    ·3.1·202 Ratings
    The novel opens in Paris, in the midst of the sexual embrace that makes Eliza Lynch the mistress of Francisco Solano López, the third dictator of Paraguay. She is nineteen years old but wise beyond her years-initiated into sex by a Mr. Bennett, a friend
  • What are You Like?

    2002·
    ·3.35·330 Ratings
    Anne Enright is one of the most exciting writers of Ireland's younger generation, a beguiling storyteller The Seattle Times has praised for "the ... way she writes about women ...their adventures to know who they are through sex, despair, wit and single-m
  • Making Babies: Stumbling into Motherhood

    2005·
    ·3.41·669 Ratings
    Anne Enright, one of Ireland's most remarkable writers, has just had two babies: a girl and a boy. Making Babies, is the intimate, engaging, and very funny record of the journey from early pregnancy to age two. Written in dispatches, typed with a sleeping
  • The Portable Virgin

    1995·
    ·3.49·92 Ratings
    The characters in this fierce and witty first collection of stories stand at an oblique angle to society. Full of desire, but out of kilter, their response to a dislocated reality is mutinous, wild, unforgettable.
  • The Wig My Father Wore

    2001·
    ·2.99·230 Ratings
    The second novel to be published in America by widely acclaimed Irish author Anne Enright, The Wig My Father Wore is a spry, hilarious novel about parents, love, religion, and the absurdities of them all. Grace is a young Dubliner who works on a televisio
  • The Green Road

    2016·
    ·3.5·3,550 Ratings
    From internationally acclaimed author Anne Enright comes a shattering novel set in a small town on Ireland's Atlantic coast. The Green Road is a tale of family and fracture, compassion and selfishness—a book about the gaps in the human heart and how we
  • The Granta Book of the Irish Short Story

    2011·
    ·3.9·161 Ratings
    Lyrical, dark, comic or iconoclastic, the Irish short story has always punched well above its weight. Anne Enright has brought together a dazzling collection of Irish stories by authors born in the twentieth century - from Mary Lavin and Frank O'Connor to
  • The Forgotten Waltz

    2012·
    ·3.15·1,068 Ratings
    In this extraordinary novel, Anne Enright explores the momentous drama of everyday life; the volatile connections between people; the wry, accurate take on families, marriage, and brittle middle age.In Terenure, a pleasant suburb of Dublin, it has snowed.
  • Yesterday's Weather

    2008·
    ·3.4·506 Ratings
    From the author of the Man Booker Prize— winning literary sensation and long-time Globe and Mail bestseller The Gathering, comes a dazzling, seductive new collection of stories.“Anne Enright’s style is as sharp and brilliant as Joan Didion’s; the
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