Nora Barnacle’s lust for life shines through in O’Connor’s story of love and literature

Nuala O’Connor‘’s fictionalised autobiography of Nora Barnacle gives a human and relatable voice to the woman behind Ireland’s most renowned novelist

18th April, 2021
Nora Barnacle’s lust for life shines through in O’Connor’s story of love and literature
James Joyce and Nora Barnacle: their all-consuming love for each other is the main theme of O’Connor’s novel

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Nora: A Love Story of Nora Barnacle and James Joyce

By Nuala O’Connor

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