Die fast sechzigjährige Annie Dunne lebt 1959 mit ihrer Kusine auf einem Bauernhof in Irland. In seinem Roman "Annie Dunne" erzählt Sebastian Barry in poetischen Bildern von den Unwägbarkeiten und Härten des Landlebens.Rezension von Claudia Fuchs.Aus dem Englischen von Hans-Christian Oeser und Claudia GlenewinkelSteidl Verlag, 280 Seiten, 24 EuroISBN 978-3-958-29934-4
Ein hartes Frauenleben in Irland voller ZärtlichkeitUnverheiratet, verkrüppelt und mittellos – Annie Dunne hat für eine ältere Frau im Irland der 1950er Jahre die besten Voraussetzungen, im Armenhaus zu landen. Doch sie kämpft dagegen an.
Little Atoms 677 - Sebastian Barry's A Thousand Moons
For the week of St Patrick's Day Neil talks to the current Laureate for Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry on the paperback release of his latest novel A Thousand Moons. Sebastian talks about finding his family through fiction, and how an Arshile Gorky painting, a pet dog, the writings of Peter Matthiessen and watching RuPaul's Drag Race all influenced Days Without End and A Thousand Moons. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sebastian Barry, "Still Life, with Donal" (Laureate For Irish Fiction Annual Lecture 2019)
The Arts Council Podcast
In late 1994 Donal McCann undertook to play the lead in The Steward of Christendom. The second Laureate lecture, called Still Life, with Donal is Sebastian Barry's account of the extraordinary experience of working with such a unique, challenging and veritably nuclear actor and human being.Barry's first Laureate for Irish Fiction Lecture The Lives of Saints was delivered in Dublin in autumn 2018. It reflected on the people and writers who supported him along his writing journey, including his aunt Annie, Val Mulkerns, Benedict Kiely, Michael Hartnett, Leland Bardwell, Tom Murphy and Harold Pinter.Sebastian Barry is the second Laureate for Irish Fiction and was awarded the honour by the Arts Council in early 2018. The Laureate for Irish Fiction promotes Irish literature nationally and internationally and encourage the public to engage with high quality Irish fiction. The Laureate for Irish Fiction has been developed by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and is supported by University College Dublin (UCD) and New York University (NYU).
Sebastian Barry, "The Lives Of The Saints" (Laureate For Irish Fiction Annual Lecture 2018)
The Arts Council Podcast
On 9 September at the Gate Theatre Dublin, Laureate for Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry delivered his first annual lecture entitled The Lives of the Saints.Speaking about the lecture, Sebastian Barry said, “In forty years of writing and living, inevitably and often by mere accident, a writer encounters other writers. This lecture is an account of some of the singular individuals met in this way over the years, many no longer with us, but who hold strong places in memory, and constitute a kind of private reference for how to endure as a writer and indeed how to write.” Sebastian Barry is the second Laureate for Irish Fiction and was awarded the honour by the Arts Council in early 2018. The Laureate for Irish Fiction promotes Irish literature nationally and internationally and encourage the public to engage with high quality Irish fiction. The Laureate for Irish Fiction has been developed by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and is supported by University College Dublin (UCD) and New York University (NYU).
Sebastian Barry: "Tausende Monde" - Rache im Schatten des Bürgerkriegs
Buchkritik - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Ein diffuses Erbe der Gewalt treibt die Erzählerin in diesem Roman voran: Sie ist auf der Suche nach ihrem Vergewaltiger und nach den Mördern ihrer Ahnen, der Lakota. Eine Geschichte von Liebe und Vergeltung im Süden der USA. Von Rainer Moritz www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Buchkritik Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei
Anneka Rice, Sebastian Barry, Conrad Murray, Niamh Algar, Yazmin Lacey, Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom, Scottee, Clive Anderson
Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Anneka Rice, Conrad Murray, Sebastian Barry and Niamh Algar for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Yazmin Lacey, and Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom
14: The Irish Episode with some great storytellers, Sebastian Barry, John Boyne, Anne Enright, Marion Keyes and Niall Williams
Email email@example.comInstagram @diving_in_podcastVirginia’s Instagram @virginia_readsLouise’s Instagram @louise_cooks_and_readsSong ‘Diving In’ – original music and lyrics written and performed by Laura Adeline – https://linkt.ree/llauraadelinePodcast sound production and editing by Andy Maher.Graphics by Orla Larkin - firstname.lastname@example.orgBooksDays Without End by Sebastian Barry, 2016, Faber and FaberA History of Loneliness by John Boyne, 2014, Black SwanActress by Anne Enright, 2020, Penguin Random HouseGrownups by Marian Keyes, 2020, Penguin Random HouseThis is Happiness by Niall Williams, 2019, BloomsburyMy Underground( American Dream), Julissa Arce, 2016, HatchetteSomeone Like Me. Julissa Arce, 2018, Little BrownPodcastsHit ParadeThe SquizSlightly FoxedTelevisionOprah’s Book Club on Apple TV+Episode 3 – Jeanine Cummins: American Dirt, Part 1Episode 4 – Jeanine Cummins: American Dirt, Part 2
The Award Winning Book Club reviews Days Without End by Sebastian Barry
Recording Library of West Texas
Listen to the Award Winning Bookclub review Days Without End by Sebastian Barry live from the recording studio at the Recording Library of West Texas. RLWT is a 501.c3 non-profit organization dedicated to converting text to audio for those with a visual, physical or learning impairment. Join in on our book club that you can listen to anywhere!Support us at www.recordinglibrary.org