A. L. Kennedy
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A. L. Kennedy: Alison Louise "A. L." Kennedy is a Scottish writer of novels, short stories and non-fiction, and stand-up comedian. She is known for her characteristically dark tone, a blending of realism and fantasy, and for her serious approach to her work. She contributes columns and reviews to UK and European newspapers.
- also known as A.L. Kennedy, A. L Kennedy
- born on (50 years ago) in Dundee
- nationality: Scotland
- profession: Writer, novelist
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by J. Peder Zane
Closely Watched Trains by Bohumil Hrabal A. L. Kennedy is a Scottish writer whose short story collections include Original Bliss and Indelible Acts and whose most recent novel is titled Paradise. A. L. KENNEDY Appreciation of Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman by A. L. ...
by John Charles Hawley
A. L. Kennedy (novels), and Andrew Crumey (novels). Traces of linguistic and cultural autonomy, if not nationalism, are present in the latest generation of Scottish writers, as is anticolonial sentiment. So, too, English-Irish colonial relations figure prominently in Irish writing of this century, from James Joyce and W. B. Yeats, to Flan O'Brien (novels), Seamus Heaney (poetry), Eavan Bolland (poetry), ...
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