Originally published: 2000.
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|Pagination||vii, 276p. ;|
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The largest baby in Ireland after the famine. [Anne Barnett] Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: A startlingly beautiful first novel, set during the First World War and against the backdrop of a rapidly changing Ireland WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials. The Largest Baby in Ireland after the Famine. Harry Hutchinson reviews Ann Barnett's debut novel. Ann Barnett grew up in the rural Carndaisey Glen, outside Moneymore and has launched her first novel set in the local area. The book is a love story and the impact of one woman growing up in a male dominated society. It also. Anne Barnett is the author of The Largest Baby In Ireland After The Famine ( avg rating, 39 ratings, 18 reviews, published )/5. The Largest Baby in Ireland After the Famine. By Anne Barnett ‘Love and spite in Ulster - A mesmerising still life with vivid flashes of colour and humour in s Ireland More Available ebook formats This book has not yet been reviewed.
Subsequently, The Largest Baby in Ireland After the Famine is an effortlessly lyrical and moving novel. --Cherry Smyth. Review. As the title of Anne Barnett's debut novel suggests, this is "a tale that makes things bigger than they are". The everyday, intricate dramas of a mid-Ulster rural community are observed with the grace, humour and /5(2). The Largest Baby in Ireland After the Famine. Written by Anne Barnett Review by Rosalind Minnett. It is and Sarah-Ann’s funeral is in progress. All the characters who will appear in this novel make themselves : Anne Barnett. Title: The Largest Baby in Ireland After the Famine (signed) Author Name: Barnett, Anne Categories: Fiction (paperback), Signed (all categories), Edition: 1st paperback edition Publisher: London, Virago Press: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Stiff Card Wraps Book Condition: Very Good Inscription: Signed by Barnett, on title page. The Largest Baby in Ireland After the Famine combines romantic and historical fiction to great effect and it's good to see it given a reissue almost fifteen years after it was first written. This story shouldn't be out of print.