Just My Type, Ruth Gilligan
Don't "‘write what you know’ but ‘towards what you want to know'"
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Nine Folds Make a Paper Swan is inspired by the history of the Jewish community in Ireland, and traces three intertwining strands. The first begins in 1901 when Ruth and her family flee persecution in Lithuania, bound for America, only for their boat to drop them off in Cork instead. The second strand follows Shem, a Jewish boy who has been locked up in a...
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