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Annie Dunne

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Camp dunn dunn dunn

    You star out nekid in the middle of a forest with no clothes, food, or shelter. No nothing. Survive a month, forest at jee res 5. River at tud res 3 and 2. Signups at turn k res 1.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2012

    Fabulous Book

    I think Sebastian Barry is truly a literary master. Through Barry, you know his characters so well. Annie Dunne thinks just exactly as a senior woman thinks. The story is so good, but putting the story aside, his characters are spot on!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2011

    Masterful Prose

    Sebastian Barry's novels will surely be read for many a year. He takes us into the thoughts, reminisces, judgments and soul of his character, in flowing, perfect prose tinged with Irish English. Annie Dunne and her cohorts use Irish idioms and grammar, of course, as they are not only country dwelling, but still living the way they were brought up to from 1900, with values, beliefs, and, yes, griefs all colored by those years. Annie and Sarah, who live and work together, in 1950 live as rural Irish did in the 19th century: a pony and cart for transportation, bread baked by them, never bought in a store. Even the butter is churned by hand!

    But there are sorrows, regrets, drama, and fears in this life. Barry has done a remarkable job of creating an authentic woman's voice

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    Posted February 29, 2012

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