Actress: Enright has the last laugh with razor-sharp prose

Fiction: Everything’s a joke until it’s not in Anne Enright’s brilliant new novel

16th February, 2020
Actress: Enright has the last laugh with razor-sharp prose
Anne Enright: there should be fans strutting around wearing jerseys with her name on the back. Picture: Maura Hickey

Actress

By Anne Enright

Jonathan Cape, €17.50

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