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TransAtlantic

 12.00

by Colum McCann

 

TransAtlantic

In 1919 Emily Ehrlich watches as two young airmen, Alcock and Brown, emerge from the carnage of World War One to pilot the very first non-stop transatlantic flight from Newfoundland to the west of Ireland.

In 1845 Frederick Douglass, a black American slave, lands in Ireland. He has come to champion ideas of democracy and freedom, only to find a famine unfurling at his feet.

And in 1998 Senator George Mitchell criss-crosses the ocean in search of an elusive Irish peace. Stitching these stories intricately together, Colum McCann sets out to explore the fine line between what is real and what is imagined, and the tangled skein of connections that make up our lives.

About the Author

Colum McCann, originally from Dublin, is the author of five novels and two collections of stories. His film Everything in This Country Must was nominated for a short-film Oscar in 2005. Zoli, Dancer and This Side of Brightness.Let the Great World Spin, won the 2009 National Book Award. His fiction has been published in twenty-seven languages. Colum McCann lives in New York.

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Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 12.7 × 3 × 19.8 cm

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