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Who is Aidan Higgins?
Aidan Higgins is an Irish writer. He has written short stories, travel pieces, radio drama and novels. Among his published works are Langrishe, Go Down, Balcony of Europe and a more recent biographical work Dog Days. His writing is characterised by non-conventional foreign settings and a stream of consciousness narrative mode. Most of his early fiction is autobiographical - "like slug trails, all the fiction happened.
- born on (88 years ago) in Celbridge
- profession: Writer, novelist
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Langrishe, Go Down (2004)
by Aidan Higgins
Annie Proulx "Aidan Higgins is a born writer, in love with language and what language can do." Frank O'Connor, Sunday lndependent (Dublin) "Higgins is very good at recreating the feeling of release and tree How of all senses that comes ...
Windy Arbours (2005)
Collected Criticism by Aidan Higgins
Irish Literature Series "Aidan Higgins is a born writer, in.
by Jerry Roberts
Harold Pinter adapted Aidan Higgins' s novel of Irish melancholy and love, Langriche Go Down, starring Irons, Judi Dench, Margaret Whiting, Annette Crosbie, and Pinter himself. J onses's first entry in The Complete Dramatic Plays of William ...
Encyclopedia of Censorship (2009)
by Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides
Kennedy, Aidan Higgins, and Alan Burns); “the American Scene” (HENRY MILLER, William Burroughs, Robert ...
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