James Hanley should be better known than he is. This new edition of A Kingdom brings a neglected work of lyrical prose to light, one that explores the complexities of two estranged sisters coming to terms with the loss of their overbearing father. Hanley’s last novel, written in his eightieth year, is also the writer’s […]
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