“Misery Makes Us All Complete Monsters”: An Interview With Anne Enright

Sometimes, structure makes familiar situations fresh. That’s definitely the case in Anne Enright’s The Green Road, which begins and ends in Ireland and makes a number of global stops across a decades-long span along the way. At the center of the book, whether she’s on the page or not, is Rosaleen, a formidable figure with a complex relationship to all of her children, several of whom scatter across the globe in the intervening years. The stylistic contrast between its first […]

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