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The Story of Lucy Gault By William Trevor

The Story of Lucy Gault
by William Trevor

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Captain Gault has decided that his family must leave Lahardane. They are after all Protestants living in the big house in rural Cork, and the country is in turmoil. It is 1921. But 8-year-old Lucy can't bear to leave the seashore, the old house, the woods - so she hatches a plan. It is then that the calamity happens.
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The Story of Lucy Gault by William Trevor

Captain Gault has decided that his family must leave Lahardane. They are after all Protestants living in the big house in rural Cork, and the country is in turmoil. It is 1921. But 8-year-old Lucy can't bear to leave the seashore, the old house, thewoods - so she hatches a plan. It is then that the calamity happens - an accident almost, but so vicious in its consequences that it blights the lives of the Gaults for years to come. Trevor's new novel beautifully evokes rural Ireland and the tensions existing there, but also is Hardy-like in its portrayal of the impact of mere chance on a life.

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About William Trevor


William Trevor was born in County Cork in 1928. He is widely regarded as our greatest living short-story writer, and his novels have won many awards. He has won the Whitbread Fiction Prize 3 times (most recently for FELICIA'S JOURNEY), and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize 3 times. In 1999 he was awarded the David Cohen British Literature Prize. In 2002 he was awarded an honourary knighthood. He lives in Devon.

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GOR000345816
The Story of Lucy Gault by William Trevor
William Trevor
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
2003-04-24
240
0141010436
9780141010434
Short-listed for Whitbread Book Awards: Novel Category 2002 Short-listed for Whitbread Prize (Novel) 2002 Short-listed for Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2002 Short-listed for James Tait Black Memorial Prize (Fiction) 2002 Short-listed for Booker Prize for Fiction 2002
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