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Man Booker Prize-winning author Anne Enright discusses her fourth novel, “The Gathering.” The story centers around a large Irish family that have gathered in Dublin to bury their troubled sibling. Lurking in the background is a terrible secret that drove their brother Liam to take his own life.
- Anne Enright Winner of the 2007 Man Booker Prize, other novels include, "The Pleasure of Eliza Lynch," "What Are You Like?" and "The Wig My Father Wore."
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