Wednesday August 5, 2020

The Pull of the Stars: A dramatic retelling of a past pandemic

Emma Donoghue’s story of the struggle against the 1918 flu pandemic resonates today in a way that few could have predicted when she started writing the novel in 2018

26th July, 2020
Emma Donoghue conjures up the Dublin of 1918 brilliantly

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The Pull of the Stars

By Emma Donoghue

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