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by Anne Devlin
Title: WAY PAVER Paperback – 1988. by Anne DEVLIN (Author).
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By Anne Devlin 151 pages London: Faber and Faber, 1986
By Anne Devlin 151 pages London: Faber and Faber, 1986. The Way-Paver is a collection of 9 short stories which had much more promise than delivery. There is a central character who seems to be in most of the stories, a woman who is a member of the IRA and is active in terrorist activities. I am not pressured to read any particular books, so, with so many books and so little time, I am inclined to read books I am finding rewarding. However, this week I was on jury duty and found myself off in the courtroom waiting for something to happen and finishing the book I was reading.
Anne Devlin (born 13 Sept 1951) is a short story writer, playwright and screenwriter born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She was a teacher from 1974–1978 and started writing fiction in 1976 in Germany. Having lived in London for a decade, she returned to Belfast in 2007. She is the daughter of Paddy Devlin, a Northern Ireland Labour Party (NILP) Member of the Parliament of Northern Ireland and later a founding member of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP). She was raised in Belfast
1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The way-paver from your list? The way-paver. Published 1986 by Faber and Faber in London, Boston. Her short fiction was collected as The Way-Paver (1986). She was a teacher from 1974–1978 and started writing fiction in 1976 in Germany She is the daughter of People's Democracy. At Burntollet Bridge, a few miles from Derry, the march was attacked by loyalists. In 1984 she received the Samuel Beckett Award, she won the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize in 1986 References.
Anne Devlin (born 13 Sept 1951) is a short story writer, playwright and screenwriter born in Belfast, Northern . In 1984 she received the Samuel Beckett Award, and, in 1986, she won the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. She also wrote the screenplay for The Rainbow, produced by the BBC in 1988