Saturday July 4, 2020

William Trevor: shall we look upon his like again?

The late author was one of a kind – and he leaves behind him a culture that is splintered, fragmented and inherently shallow

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
27th November, 2016

For many arts lovers, 2016 has been a year of quiet devastation. So many of our most magical, scene-stealing, revolution-inducing artists have exited stage left in recent months – the names of Bowie, Prince and Leonard Cohen spring instantly to the lips, but there are so many more to mention: Phife Dawg from A Tribe Called Quest, Sharon Jones, Interference frontman Fergus O’Farrell, the list goes on. Frankly, if you had told me of the...

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