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Roddy Doyle, Master of the Working-Class Family Drama

The Irish author’s latest novel, The Guts, does what Doyle has done since he first published The Commitments: expertly weave sadness, tenderness, awkwardness, and pride into every page.
Read more. [Image: Mike Segar / Reuters; Viking Adult]

theatlantic:

Roddy Doyle, Master of the Working-Class Family Drama

The Irish author’s latest novel, The Guts, does what Doyle has done since he first published The Commitments: expertly weave sadness, tenderness, awkwardness, and pride into every page.

Read more. [Image: Mike Segar / Reuters; Viking Adult]

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    Yep, the Rabbitte family is back. Hooray! Go read it folks, it’s great.
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    We’re hosting Roddy Doyle on February 6th and as avid The Commitments fans, we’re very excited.
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    He’s fantastic.
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