Widely-acclaimed Irish novelist Sally Rooney offers a sharp and witty take on love, sex, class and politics: The 28-year-old writer talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her two novels, how she engages with the social conventions of her time and how her characters navigate coming-of-age in an Ireland itself reeling from the decline of the Celtic Tiger.

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Widely-acclaimed Irish novelist Sally Rooney offers a sharp and witty take on love, sex, class and politics: The 28-year-old writer talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her two novels, how she engages with the social conventions of her time and how her characters navigate coming-of-age in an Ireland itself reeling from the decline of the Celtic Tiger.

Von Writers and Company from CBC Radio

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The 28-year-old writer talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her two novels, how she engages with the social conventions of her time and how her characters navigate coming-of-age in an Ireland itself reeling from the decline of the Celtic Tiger.
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