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The Smell Of Apricots By Dominic O'Sullivan

The Smell Of Apricots by Dominic O'Sullivan

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Summary

How about a trip to confession? What's happening in both sides of Germany? A trip to the coast could perhaps change your life. And why have bird impressions suddenly become popular? All is revealed in this varied collection of short stories. In this collection 'Elemental' was performed at The Black Hostelry in Ely in May 2018.

The Smell Of Apricots Summary

The Smell Of Apricots: and other stories by Dominic O'Sullivan

How about a trip to confession? What's happening in both sides of Germany? A trip to the coast could perhaps change your life. And why have bird impressions suddenly become popular? All is revealed in this varied collection of short stories. In this collection 'Elemental' was performed at The Black Hostelry in Ely in May 2018.

About Dominic O'Sullivan

Dominic O'Sullivan was born in North London and grew up in Muswell Hill. He has however spent much of his time in East Anglia. He studied German at the University of East Anglia under the guidance of his tutor Dr W.G. `Max' Sebald. In 2009 he published his first collection of short stories `Swifts' of which the title story was performed as a play in the Chocolate Factory, North London. A number of the short stories, New Wave, Birdsong, A Dash of Soda, Undercover, The Open Window, Portal and Dreams, have been performed at the ADC and Boathouse Theatre, Cambridge as part of their annual season of monologues, duologues and short plays.

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GOR010623937
9781912505081
1912505088
The Smell Of Apricots: and other stories by Dominic O'Sullivan
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Shieldcrest Publishing
2018-07-09
276
N/A
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