The novel Brooklyn, by Colm Tobin, can be found in the Resource Centre in the Senior fiction shelves at TOIB.
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Hariett Gilbert talks to Irish author Colm Toibin about his book Brooklyn.
A haunting tale of love, loss and familial duty, and winner of the 2009 UK Costa Novel Award, Brooklyn follows the fortunes of a young Irish woman who leaves home to make a new life for herself in 1950s New York.
Hear how Colm's own painful memories of homesickness in America and Spain inform Eilis' experiences in Brooklyn and how her ambivalent relationship to the small town Ireland she's left behind also echoes Colm Toibin's own.
Colm Tóibín meets the Guardian book club
The novelist talks to John Mullan about his novel Brooklyn and the 'system of silence' organising its story of a nervous young emigrant.
Colm Toibin in conversation
Must view excellent discussion of this text presented at the Wheeler's Centre.
The author of Brooklyn discusses his latest novel.
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There have been numerous reviews written on the novel, Brooklyn.