Aidan Higgins

Aidan Higgins (born 3 March 1927) is an Irish writer. He has written short stories, travel pieces, radio drama and novels. He is notable for such titles as Langrishe, Go Down(1966), Balcony of Europe (1972) and more recent biographical work Dog Days (1998). He currently lives in Kinsale, County Cork, and is a Saoi of prominent Irish literary group Aosdána.

Read more about Aidan Higgins:  Life, Awards, Works, Selected Criticism

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Aidan Higgins - Selected Criticism
... Book Neil Murphy (Ed.) Aidan Higgins The Fragility of Form (Essays and Commentary) ... “Felons of Our Selves The Fiction of Aidan Higgins.” Irish University Review 3, 2 (Autumn 1973) 163-78 ... “Aidan Higgins’s Balcony of Europe Stephen Dedalus Hits the Road.” Colby Quarterly Winter 1995 81-87 ...

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