Edna O'Brien Quote

[A novel] has a right and a duty to ask very painful and difficult questions. It doesn't solve them, but it asks them.


The New York Times (30 August 1995)

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[A novel] has a right and a duty to ask very painful and difficult questions. It doesn't solve them, but it asks them.

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[A novel] has a right and a duty to ask very painful and difficult questions. It doesn't solve them, but it asks them.

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[A novel] has a right and a duty to ask very painful and difficult questions. It doesn't solve them, but it asks them.

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[A novel] has a right and a duty to ask very painful and difficult questions. It doesn't solve them, but it asks them.