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The fear and violence of Ulster Cal is a haunting love story that unfolds in a land where tenderness and innocence can only flicker briefly in the dar. As Catholics Cal McCluskey and his father are a rarity in their community and fear attacks on their home Resistant to join his father in working at the local abattoir Cal Missing, Assumed Dead of Ulster Cal is a haunting love story that unfolds in a land where tenderness and innocence can Eat It (Harder, only flicker briefly in the dar. As Catholics Cal McCluskey and his father are a rarity in their community and fear attacks The Fever King (Feverwake, on their home Resistant to join his father in working at the local abattoir Cal

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Set in the Northern Ireland of the 1980’s Cal tells the story of a young Catholic man living in a Protestant area For Cal some choices are devastatin. A bleak portrait of a young Catholic man Cal living with his father in a Protestant Housing Development in Northern Ireland Cal s life is one of poverty living on the dole Prince Philip Revealed of the 1980’s Cal tells the story Toad of Toad Hall of a young Catholic man living in a Protestant area For Cal some choices are devastatin. A bleak portrait Spelling Strategies & Secrets: The essential how to spell guide of a young Catholic man Cal living with his father in a Protestant Housing Development in Northern Ireland Cal s life is Imagine Me of poverty living Beyond Temptation on the dole

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Gly simple he can work in an abattoir that nauseates him or join the dole ueue; he can brood on his past or plan a future with MarcellaSpringing out of. Cal the central character of this book is Catholic Living with his father in Ulster Northern Ireland in a Protestant housing estate during the 1980s their very existence i


10 thoughts on “Cal Author Bernard MacLaverty

  1. says:

    It's a depressing story about life in Northern Ireland in the '80's If a Catholic is living in a mainly Protestant area he's asking for trouble Cal tries to hold his own in the environment of the TroublesHad it been a film it would have been in black and white

  2. says:

    A bleak portrait of a young Catholic man Cal living with his father in a Protestant Housing Development in Northern Ireland Cal's life is one of poverty living on the dole and going nowhere fast Cal is involved on the fringes of the IRA but an act of violence wants him away from the conflictWell written but short novel of the conflict how the ties that bind you to an area people are difficult near impossible to walk away from A short nov

  3. says:

    Bernard Mac Laverty’s Cal is one of the best anti war novels I have read It is about a civil war the Catholics fighting for freedom from British rule Nationalists vs the Protestant Loyalists in northern Ireland with the Brit forces policing the cities where these “troubles” are taking their toll Americans are familiar with the fighting between friends and relatives who have chosen sides in the Union vs confederacy bloodbath In Cal

  4. says:

    This is a very moving sensual love story between a young Catholic man and a widow about 9 years older than the man It is also about the deeds and regrets of the same young Catholic man in Northern Ireland during The Troub

  5. says:

    Cal the central character of this book is Catholic Living with his father in Ulster Northern Ireland in a Protestant housing estate during the 1980s their very existence is threatened They are not welcome They are sent menacing letters “Move get out this is your last warning” What is drawn is life in that era so glibly called by Brits “The Troubles” What if you are physically and emotionally drawn one way and your head in another? S

  6. says:

    The mid 70's to early 80's was a time fraught with danger in Northern Ireland As an expat living and working in England I am well versed to understand the mindset of the various embattled groups that continued to carry on a war of attrition not

  7. says:

    I read this uite a number of years ago but the plot has always stayed with me the mark of a good book generally The truth is I thought Neil Gaiman was the author and decided I had to look it up Well I was married to a Cal and that's why I picked up the book in the first place Tragic story during the Troubles i

  8. says:

    As Catholics Cal McCluskey and his father are a rarity in their community and fear attacks on their home Resistant to join his father in working at the local abattoir Cal spends his days doing odd jobs and lurking around the public library – he has a crush on a married librarian named Marcella Aimless and impressionable he’s eas

  9. says:

    I read Cal 1983 by Bernard MacLaverty for my book groupLast year I read and loved Milkman 2018 by Anna Burns which is a highly original take on the Troubles in Northern Ireland and one of the best books I have ever read Ca

  10. says:

    I like McLaverty's writing a lot This is the first one I read I thought I'd put it on GR but apparently not A tense superior novel set in Northern Ireland during the troubles in the 70s Try his stories recently read 'Matters of Life and Death' which has two great stories it I don't know how to put links in or italics come to that

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