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Nine Folds Make a Paper Swan from Ruth Gilligan has been receiving plaudits from across the literary community, from Joseph O’Connor to Belinda McKeon and Colum McCann. Telling a story not often told – that of Ireland’s Jewish community – it explores themes of the resonance of the past, of the meaning of home and community, – and the strength of love. It reminded me of Nicole Krauss’ History of Love, one of my favourites,...
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