Autobibliography: Portrait of the artist as a young, angry and sensitive man

Rob Doyle’s new collection of short essays sees him ponder the impact that his favourite books have had on him down the years

21st November, 2021
Autobibliography: Portrait of the artist as a young, angry and sensitive man
Rob Doyle: self-aware and immediate prose. Picture: Fergal Phillips

LITERARY CRITICISM

Autobibliography

By Rob Doyle

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