On Monday, Irish author (and recently one of my favorites…) came to campus to read from her latest novel The Forgotten Waltz, which received one of the first-ever Andrew Carnegie medals for Excellence in Literature.
I read this book last spring when I took Changing Ireland with Professor Bracken, and I absolutely loved it. Since then, I’ve read all of Enright’s other novels, and now I’m starting to read a few of her short stories.
I wrote about Enright’s visit for the Concordiensis, here!
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