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- Scribner 2005; US$ 15.00
From the award-winning author of Brooklyn and The Master , a powerful, brave, and moving novel set in Argentina. In Argentina, in the time of the Generals, the streets are empty at night, and people have trained themselves not to see. Richard Garay lives with his mother, hiding his sexuality from her and from society. Stifled by his job, Richard... more...
- Scribner 2007; US$ 16.00
Each of the nine stories in this beautifully written, intensely intimate collection centers on a transformative moment that alters the delicate balance of power between mother and son, or changes the way they perceive one another. With exquisite grace and eloquence, Tóibín writes of men and women bound by convention, by unspoken emotions, by the stronghold... more...
- Scribner 2010; US$ 16.00
?Colm Tóibín?s beautiful, subtle illumination of Henry James?s inner life? ( The New York Times ) captures the loneliness and hope of a master of psychological subtlety whose forays into intimacy inevitably fail those he tried to love. Beautiful and profoundly moving, The Master tells the story of Henry James, a man born into one of America?s first... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2010; US$ 12.68
'I imagined lamplight, shadows, soft voices, clothes put away, the low sound of late news on the radio. And I thought as I crossed the bridge at Baggot Street to face the last stretch of my own journey home that no matter what I had done, I had not done that.' In the captivating stories that make up The Empty Family Colm Tóibín delineates... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2009; US$ 12.68
*** Includes the first chapter of Colm Tóibín's stunning new novel, Nora Webster *** Brooklyn is a devastating story of love, loss and one woman's terrible choice between duty and personal freedom. It is Ireland in the early 1950s and for Eilis Lacey, as for so many young Irish girls, opportunities are scarce. So when her sister arranges... more...
- Scribner 2012; US$ 16.00
In a brilliant, nuanced and wholly original collection of essays, the novelist and critic Colm Tóibín explores the relationships of writers to their families and their work. From Jane Austen?s aunts to Tennessee Williams?s mentally ill sister, the impact of intimate family dynamics can be seen in many of literature?s greatest works. Tóibín, celebrated... more...
- Pan Macmillan 2008; US$ 11.51
Mothers and Sons is a sensitive and beautifully written meditation on the dramas surrounding this most elemental of relationships. Psychologically intricate and emotionally incisive, each finely wrought story teases out the delicate and difficult strands woven between mothers and sons. This is an acute, masterful and moving collection that confirms... more...
- The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 9.99
It is the battle between those who use a toothbrush and those who don’t.’ So wrote Augusta Gregory to W.B. Yeats; she was referring to the riots at the Abbey Theatre over The Playboy of the Western World, and she knew which side she was on. In this remarkable biographical essay, Colm Toíbín examines the contradictions that... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 14.09
From Colm Tóibín comes New Ways to Kill Your Mother, a fabulously entertaining book about writers and their families. In this wonderfully entertaining and enlightening collection, Colm Tóibín not only explores the often tense relationship between writers and their families but also conveys, with a rare tenderness and wit, the great joy... more...
- Scribner 2012; US$ 13.00
PROVOCATIVE, HAUNTING AND INDELIBLE, Colm Tóibín?s portrait of Mary presents her as a solitary older woman still seeking to understand the events that become the narrative of the New Testament and the foundation of Christianity. In the ancient town of Ephesus, Mary lives alone, years after her son?s crucifixion. She has no interest in collaborating... more...