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Faber 90: Mr Salary - Sally Rooney (Paperback)

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Product Details

Barcode
9780571351954
Department
Books
Released
3 Jan 2019
Supply Source
UK

Book

Author
Sally Rooney
Binding
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Faber & Faber
Edition
Main
Series
Faber Stories
Language
English
Number of Pages
48
Dimensions
160 x 111 x 3mm (160g)

Annotation

My love for him felt so total and so annihilating that it was often impossible for me to see him clearly at all. Years ago, Sukie moved in with Nathan because her mother was dead and her father was difficult, and she had nowhere else to go.

Summary

My love for him felt so total and so annihilating that it was often impossible for me to see him clearly at all.

Years ago, Sukie moved in with Nathan because her mother was dead and her father was difficult, and she had nowhere else to go. Now they are on the brink of the inevitable.

Sally Rooney is one of the most acclaimed young talents of recent years. With her minute attention to the power dynamics in everyday speech, she builds up sexual tension and throws a deceptively low-key glance at love and death.

Fiction

General Subject
Fiction
BISAC Subject 1
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
BISAC Subject 2
Fiction / General
BIC Classification 1
Short stories
BIC Classification 2
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
Dewey Classification
823.92

Author Bio

Sally Rooney was born in 1991 and lives in Dublin, where she graduated from Trinity College. Her work has appeared in Granta, The Dublin Review, The White Review, The Stinging Fly, and the Winter Pages anthology., Sally Rooney was born in County Mayo and lives in Dublin. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times and The London Review of Books. She is the author of Conversations with Friends and winner of the Sunday Times/PFD Young Writer Award 2017. Her second novel Normal People was published in 2018 and longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. She is the editor of the biannual Dublin literary magazine The Stinging Fly.