Category Archives: Roddy Doyle

Great Commuting Moments in Literary History

From Roddy Doyle’s Paula Spencer, about a woman’s struggles to cope–alcohol, strained relatioships with her children, abusive husband–in modern-day Dublin.   She’s on the Dart. She holds her mobile. She’s hungry. A man gets on at Connolly. Paula gets her … Continue reading

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