The essays collected here illustrate some of the range, complexity, and interest of Edna O’Brien as a fiction writer and dramatist. They will contribute to a broader appreciation of her work and to an evolution of new critical approaches, as well as igniting more interest in the many unexplored areas of her considerable oeuvre.
Contributors: Mary Burke, Bertrand Cardin, Patricia Coughlan,
Michael Harris, Kathryn Laing, Sinead Mooney, Ann V. Norton,
Maureen O'Connor, Rebecca Pelan, Shirley Peterson,
Loredana Salis, Eve Walsh Stoddard, Michelle Woods