Eimear McBride’s first novel, A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing
, won the Bailey’s Prize for Women’s Fiction, the first Goldsmiths Prize for experimental fiction and the Irish Novel of the Year award, covering a difficult subject in gripping prose. Her The Lesser Bohemians
is set in 1990s London, where a young Irish student falls in love with an older actor. She is a naive immigrant, thrilled with her new life in the city, he is haunted by demons.
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