REVIEW: Beautiful World, Where are You by Sally Rooney

Olivia Heggarty reviews Sally Rooney’s latest book: Beautiful World, Where Are You?

Review: Helen Andrews’ new book ‘Boomers’

Rowan Wise reviews Helen Andrews’ new book ‘Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster’ examines the lives – often complex and contradictory – of this ‘Boomer’ generation born following the end of the Second World War. This is a good read for any conservative, and liberal, in the New Year. HailedContinue reading “Review: Helen Andrews’ new book ‘Boomers’”

Arthur Griffith: A Neglected ‘Enigma’ captured by Colum Kenny

Peter Donnelly, Opinions Editor, examines Colum Kenny’s recently published book on the Irish leader’s life What history has continually proven is the ease with which the mind overlooks those individuals who tirelessly toiled for the comfortable benefit of others. It is in many ways a valuable, albeit a disappointing, reality of life. Those that haveContinue reading “Arthur Griffith: A Neglected ‘Enigma’ captured by Colum Kenny”