Thursday June 4, 2020

Strange Hotel: getting to the heart of a life lived anonymously

Eimear McBride avoids easy categorisation with this intriguing and unconventional novel that journeys inside its heroine’s mind

8th March, 2020
Eimear McBride. Picture: Getty

Fiction

By Eimear McBride

Faber & Faber

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