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Eugene McCabe (born 1930) is an Irish novelist, short story writer, playwright and television screenwriter. Born to Irish emigrants in Glasgow, Scotland, he moved with his family to Ireland in the early 1940s.
Eugene McCabe (born 1930) is an Irish novelist, short story writer, playwright and television screenwriter. He lives on a farm near Lackey Bridge, just outside Clones in County Monaghan. His play King of the Castle caused a minor scandal when first shown in 1964 and was protested by the League of Decency
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The first work I read by Eugene McCabe was his incredible novel DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES - it's been a long time . TALES FROM THE POORHOUSE, an earlier work, shows me that McCabe is indeed a master at his craft.
The first work I read by Eugene McCabe was his incredible novel DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES - it's been a long time since I've come across writing that evoked its characters so powerfully. The ability to conjure life and substance so readily for his characters is a magical one - and the strength of this gift rests on the firm foundation of the voices of the people in his work. Those voices ring with truth - they are not embellished beyond the point of belief.
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quality, the book immediately qualifies as a literary museum. However the interart dialogue is taken much further in Provence, probably because of the author's long acquaintance with painters and painting. At the centre of the narrator's travel, a visit of Avignon museum takes place.
This book consists of a remarkable suite of four monologues: "The Orphan", "The Master", "The Landlord", and "The Mother". They place in counterpoint, the stories of a mother and her daughter, a landlord, and the Master of a workhouse in mid-19th century Ireland. In the immediate aftermath of the "hard hunger", and against the backdrop of other miseries - an American Wake, poverty, deaths in childbearing - Eugene McCabe relates memories, confessions, and apologies
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