Anne Enright

An award-winning novelist, Irish author Anne Enright was born in Dublin and, after earning her degree from Trinity College, was one of the writers to emerge from the University of East Anglia’s groundbreaking Creative Writing MA where she studied under Angela Carter and Malcolm Bradbury. After working as a television producer and director, Enright began writing fiction full-time in the early 1990’s with works including the short story collection The Portable Virgin and the novel The Wig My Father Wore.

She achieved widespread critical acclaim with her bestselling novel The Gathering, the story of an Irish family reuniting after the death of an estranged brother, which won the 2007 Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Her other works include The Forgotten Waltz, The Green Road (which won the Irish Novel of the Year) and the essay collection Making Babies: Stumbling into Motherhood. Her latest novel, Actress, was published in 2020.

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This is a meditation on love: spiritual, romantic, darkly sexual or genetic. A generational saga that traces the inheritance not just of trauma but also of wonder, it is a testament to the glorious resilience of women in the face of promises false and true.
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Novels by Anne Enright

The Gathering
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The Green Road
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Actress
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The Portable Virgin
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The Wig My Father Wore
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What Are You Like
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The Pleasure of Eliza Lynch
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The Forgotten Waltz
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The Wren, The Wren
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Collections by Anne Enright

Yesterday's Weather
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Babies
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Making Babies
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No Authority
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