Miss X, or The wolf woman

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Hidden Symptoms, her first novel, set in a Roman Catholic university in Belfast, is her best longer work; three students find the foundations of their religious faith—in one case atheism—tested by tragedy. It is based on Barry Hines's novel A Kestrel for a Knave, and features cinematography by Chris Menges. However, the British government’s attempt to push through a measure of Home Rule in the wake of the Rising led many nationalists to believe that the use of force had achieved more than decades of patient constitutional activity.

Pages: 240

Publisher: Women's Press; First Edition edition (1990)

ISBN: 0704342596

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