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Constructing Alice

Constructing Alice
To the casual observer Alice Dalton’s life might have seemed idyllic. But in the quiet of her middle class Dublin home she lived her life with a damaged mother, an authoritarian father, rebellious brothers and warring sisters. In a bitterly divided country that is tearing itself apart, Alice’s pursuit of independence, identity and love takes her on a perilous journey through attraction, hypocrisy, courtship, and intolerance.Alice Dalton is a headstrong middle-class young Catholic woman who is determined to live life as she chooses. George Gilbert is a working class Protestant who loves his family and wants nothing more than to play his music. When Alice and George fall in love, they are thrust into a world of religious intolerance and social discrimination. Alice must combat alienation and exclusion while George fights prejudice, intolerance and the stigma of serious illness. Constructing Alice is a deeply affecting story of love against all the odds.
Our Price: €12.00
ISBN/EAN9781096649571
Stock: 4
Pub. Date: October 2 2019
Author: ALLEN, CECIL
Format: Paperback
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