Book summary: Nod


Fanny Howe explores sibling rivalry within a family that, in the wake of World War II, is disintegrating and stumbling into the terrible, dark adulthood of the latter half the the Twentieth Century. Yet for all the dark forces at work in her novel, Howe presents a world of wonder and sexual awakenings set in the Irish countryside and culture.

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