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Audio book perhaps the only thing to top these stories on tape would
be sitting with Kate, Aidan, Anthony, Fiona and a few rounds of Guinness in a
pub in Dublin, hearing them spin these tales in person.
Penguin Book of Irish FictionLiterary brilliance is one of the most enduring and cherished of Irish
stereotypes, after allas hokey and inescapable a part of the national landscape
as pubs and bad weather but Toibin manages to keep the beer from turning green
in his judicious and very comprehensive selection that encompasses more than a
hundred authors from the 17th century to the present.