Edna O’Brien – Irish Writer (Life and Works)
Edna O´Brien is an important woman Irish writer. She is born in 1932 at Ireland. Your first book, a novel about girls bringing to small city in Irish country to Dublin. This novel call “The Country Girls” is published in 1960. The story of those two girls (Kate and Baba) have a development in her next book “The Lonely Girl” (1962) – when the focus is upon Kate lovely affair with a movie director. In “Their Married Bliss” (1963) the two characters have their lasts adventures moving from London. The subsequent novels of Edna O’Brien include “August is a Wicked Month” (1964), “A Pagan Place” (1971 – about the changes and decadence of rural Ireland), “Night” (1972 – monologue of middle-age woman), “Johnny I hardly Knew You” (1977). Her last published novel are “Time and Tide” -1992 – and “House of Splendid Isolation – 1994. Edna O’Brien themes are around woman situation in world, your intimating life, female sensuality and some time nostalgia of the rural Ireland. She have too books of short story.