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by Brian Leyden

ISBN: 0863222188
ISBN13: 978-0863222184
Language: English
Publisher: Brandon Books; First Edition edition (December 31, 1996)
Pages: 255
Category: Contemporary
Subategory: Literature

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Brian Leyden grew up in the coal mining valley of Arigna, a place and a way of life memorialised in his writing. Music by Denise Wright. Book and lyrics by Chris Burgess. Based on the novel Death and Plenty by Brian Leyden.

Brian Leyden grew up in the coal mining valley of Arigna, a place and a way of life memorialised in his writing. He was educated in Drumshanbo Vocational School (1978) and graduated from Sligo RTC with a Diploma in Fine Art (1983). Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Sound and Vision Award (2014). The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon Literary Bursary (2014). Culture Ireland Travel Award, USA, (2017).

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by. Leyden, Brian, 1960-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Early and Working Brian Leyden grew up in the coal mining valley of Arigna, a place and a way of life memorialised in his writing.

His books include Departures, Death & Plenty, The Home Place and Sweet Old World: New & Selected Stories. He has written extensively about his home area for RTÉ's Sunday Miscellany. Other work for radio includes the documentaries No Meadows in Manhattan, Even the Walls Were Sweatin’, The Closing of the Gaiety Cinema in Carrick-on-Shannon and An Irish Station Mass.

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In a forgotten seaside town, modern Ireland and an ancient myth clash when Mulcahy, a local artist, creates a pig for a public monument. Mulcahy's Black Pig- an age-old symbol of death and plenty- becomes a focus for the passions of a community already faced with a choice between poverty or poison. A gold-mining company has promised hundreds of jobs in the area, provided no one asks where the cyanide waste ends up. Mulcahy's stubborn refusal to take sides in the conflict is challenged when Grace O'Connor arrives in the town. The daughter of a famous American actress, she is searching for her roots, an impulsive journey that sets her on a collision course with Mulcahy and his world. For Grace it is the beginning of the affair. A long freefall into love, heartbreak and danger, and the big questions of what it means to belong, to be loved, to be Irish.
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