The traumas of the Irish past, personal and national, the unspoken understanding between brother and sister, the preparing of the meal they are to share as memorial to a murdered father, the pain that strains through the casual talk between them — all this is managed with wonderful vividness and tact and the sort of flair that defies analysis.
A fine first edition of this limited-print short story, produced by the Colophon Press. In a green Murillo card cover. Only 232 copies were produced - this is one of the 175 Murillo card copies, signed and numbered by the author. A further 26 were lettered A-Z and bound in cloth, and 6 were numbered I-VI and distributed privately.
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