Cover

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Frontmatter

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Contents

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A Lost Autobiographical Voice

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pp. 1-3

The novelist J.G. Farrell – known to his friends as Jim – was drowned on 11 August 1979, when he was swept into the sea by a sudden Atlantic storm while fishing off rocks in County Cork, in the south west of Ireland. He was in his early forties and at the...

Threshold 1943–60

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pp. 5-8

A Man from Elsewhere: France 1961–62

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pp. 9-43

Life is Made Up of Separate Experiences: England and Ireland 1962–63

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pp. 44-76

Works in Progress: London 1965–66

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pp. 77-97

A Craving to Write Something Good: America 1966–68

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pp. 98-125

Beginning to Ship Water: London 1968

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Troubles (aptly named): London 1969–70

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pp. 165-200

The Home Beautiful: Recognition – London 1970

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pp. 201-221

Two Parts White Sahib: India and England 1971

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pp. 222-252

The Rogues Gallery: the Faber and Booker Prizes 1971–74

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pp. 253-290

The Singapore Grip: Singapore and London 1975–76

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pp. 291-330

Battling On: London 1977–March 1979

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pp. 331-355

Life is Bliss Here: May–August 1979

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pp. 356-382

Postscript

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A Disused Shed in Co.Wexford

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Chronology

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pp. 387-390

The Correspondents

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pp. 391-406

Endnotes

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pp. 407-455

Index

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pp. 457-464