Out of Dublin by Ethel Rohan

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Out of Dublin is courageous, but also agonizingly sad and haunting. Childhood traumas, a bad relationship, and the complex dynamics of family weave together into a cathartic cartography that is both blunt and nuanced.

I covered Ethel Rohan’s memoir in the Entrofeed.

http://entropymag.org/out-of-dublin-by-ethel-rohan/

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