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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Set in the stiff and mannered world of the Anglo-Irish upper class of the thirties and forties, the novel follows young Nicandra as she endures the effects of her mother's evil and unforgivable deed and her own disastrous marriage.
Queen Lear" isn't up to the standard Molly Keane set in "Good Behavior. Where does it fall down, exactly? The dominant characters are largely unappealing, but that doesn't explain it. They are equally unappealing in "Good Behavior" and still Ms. Keane made me care about Aroon. In contrast, I can't care about the fate of Nicandra in "Queen Lear.
Loving and Giving (1988) (alternatively titled Queen Lear).
Molly Keane (20 July 1904 – 22 April 1996), née Mary Nesta Skrine, and who also wrote as M. J. Farrell, was an Irish novelist and playwright. Her last novels, Good Behaviour, Time After Time and Loving and Giving toll a death knell for Anglo Ireland. Loving and Giving (1988) (alternatively titled Queen Lear).
But I didn't enjoy Queen Lear at all. Cardboard. Amy Heberling rated it liked it Jan 07, 2017.
com: Queen Lear: 1989. 1st American ed. Hardcover. Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory KHS1003491. ISBN 10: 0525247998, ISBN 13: 9780525247999. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Dutton/Obelisk. Book Condition: As New. About this title.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780140144918.
Used availability for Molly Keane's Queen Lear. November 1990 : UK Paperback.
Molly Keane – Queen of Irish Literature. Molly Keane is the Irish literary queen of black comedy. If you are a fan of Nancy Mitford or Jane Austen (her literary mentor) you will enjoy these books. August 1, 2013/in Molly Keane Books /by Tyne O'Connell. One of the few reasons to cut someone is when they put optics on the drinks. If you are a fan of Nancy Mitford or Jane Austen (her literary mentor) you will enjoy these books