A Girl Is A Half Formed Thing by Eimear McBride

"A Girl Is A Half Formed Thing" is a powerful and experimental novel that delves into the psyche of a young woman as she navigates through a tumultuous and abusive childhood, her complex relationship with her mentally and physically disabled brother, and her own journey towards self-discovery and identity. Written in a unique stream-of-consciousness style, the book explores themes of trauma, sexuality, religion, and resilience, offering a raw and unflinching portrayal of the human experience.

The 8002nd greatest book of all time


Published
2013
Nationality
Irish
Type
Fiction
Pages
224
Words
64,000
Original Language
English

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