A Border Station

A Border Station None

  • Title: A Border Station
  • Author: Shane Connaughton
  • ISBN: 9780446393027
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-08-04T02:19:49+00:00

    About " Shane Connaughton "

  • Shane Connaughton

    Shane Connaughton Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Border Station book, this is one of the most wanted Shane Connaughton author readers around the world.

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  • Shane Connaughton is probably best known as the co-writer of the screenplay for the film My Left Foot for which he was nominated for an Academy Award in 1989. He’s also an actor, who has appeared in a wide range of films and TV dramas, including Coronation Street and Neil Jordan’s The Miracle.A Border Station, his fiction debut, was shortlisted for the Guinness Peat Aviation Book Award upon publication in 1989. It has recently been republished by Black Swan to tie in with the sequel, Married [...]


  • Written in 1989, Shane Connaughton's novelization of his life is told through seven connected stories, presenting a boyhood lacking in sentimentality. Unusual in that the narrative concerns itself almost entirely with the boy's homelife, his relationship to his parents. There is very little for the first 3/4 of the book about contemporaries and almost nothing about his life at school. But the rural Irish setting in the 1950's is brought vividly to life, and the unusual household routines present [...]


  • All Shane's writing, whether prose or drama, is embued with his passion for his native Ireland and seasoned with an intimate knowledge of characters as believable as they are fascinating. The family relationships gifted to you in these stories establishes his place in the top rank of Irish literature, and touch our hearts wherever we live.


  • This one was written by my uncle and is an historical fictional account of my family in Ireland. Truly brilliantly written.



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