That They May Face the Rising Sun was the last novel from John McGahern, one of Ireland's greatest novelists.
Joe and Kate Ruttledge have come to Ireland from London in search of a different life. In passages of beauty and truth, the drama of a year in their lives and those of the memorable characters that move about them unfolds through the action, the rituals of work, religious observances and play. We are introduced, with deceptive simplicity, to a complete representation of existence - an enclosed world has been transformed into an Everywhere.
Near-fine first edition, with slight bump to front top corner and slight bruising to bottom of spine. In a very good price-clipped dust jacket, with some light bruising along edges of jacket and some surface marking across jacket, and some staining to reverse of jacket.
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