A Belfast Woman by Mary Beckett

The book is a poignant collection of short stories that delve into the lives of women from Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the tumultuous times of the Troubles. Through a series of intimate narratives, the author explores the complex emotions, daily struggles, and the resilience of women as they navigate a society riven by political conflict. The stories offer a nuanced portrayal of the female experience, highlighting themes of family, love, loss, and the quest for personal identity against a backdrop of violence and social upheaval.

The 4131st greatest book of all time


Published
1980
Nationality
Irish
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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