Aidan Higgins (novelist)
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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
- written works: "Scenes from a receding past", "Dog Days", "Bornholm Night-ferry", "Flotsam and jetsam", "The whole hog", "Windy arbours", "New Novel, New Wave, New Politics", "Weaver's women", "Helsingor Station and Other Departures", "A bestiary", "Killachter meadow", "Asylum, and other stories", "Ronda Gorge and Other Precipices", "Balcony of Europe", "Lions of the Grunewald", "Langrishe, Go Down"
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