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Read Foggage, by Patrick McGinley online on Bookmate – I'll bet the neighbours see me as an old maid and you as a sapless bachelor. Little do they know that there's more heat in this house than in a. I'll bet the neighbours see me as an old maid and you as a sapless bachelor. Little do they know that there's more heat in this house than in all the other houses of the townland put together. Foggage tells the story of Kevin Hurley and his twin sister Maureen, living in rural Ireland with their ailing, bed-ridden father.
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Patrick McGinley's gifts for resonant dialogue, sexual frictions, graphic violence, and peripeteia have been well noted for over three decades by readers and critics who relish the extravagances of getting lost beyond the Pale. -Times Literary Supplement. i first read Patrick McGinley's FOGGAGE more than thirty years ago and have never forgotten it. In this dark study of animal lust and unbridled passion on an Irish farm, McGinley examines the sins of incest and adultery in his frank portrayal of forty year-old twin siblings Kevin and Maureen Fuller.
Patrick McGinley's sixth novel, true to his distinctive style, is set in the austere and haunting landscape and shoreline of the author's native county, Donegal, Ireland.
But now, at 40, Maureen is pregnant, refusing either to go away or to have an abortion. Patrick McGinley's sixth novel, true to his distinctive style, is set in the austere and haunting landscape and shoreline of the author's native county, Donegal, Ireland. Love and death appear as the inescapable enigmas of being in the world.
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I'll bet the neighbours see me as an old maid and you as a sapless bachelor. Little do they know that there's more heat. What makes this story unique, however, is that Kevin and Maureen have been conducting an incestuous relationship for the past three years. With as much twists and turns as a remote Irish boreen, McGinley's novel explores the tragic consequences of a relationship like no other. Rate it .
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Patrick McGinley (born 1937) is an Irish novelist, born in Glencolumbkille, Ireland. After teaching in Ireland, McGinley moved to England where he pursued a career as a publisher and author. Among his strongest literary influences is his Irish predecessor, author Flann O'Brien, who McGinley emulates most noticeably in his novel The Devil's Diary. McGinley's novels include: Bogmail (1978). The Trick of the Ga Bolga (1986).
Foggage by Patrick McGinley and Publisher New Island Books. Canadian customers may purchase from our stores in Canada or the US. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781848404373, 1848404379. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781848404366, 1848404360. Canada.
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