The Strings are False
Beautiful repackage of Louis MacNeice’s revealing autobiography, The Strings are False, publishing to coincide with his centenary in September 2007.
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The Strings are False is Louis MacNeice’s unfinished autobiography. Written when MacNeice was a young man it was only discovered and published after his death in 1963. Described by Geoffrey Grigson in the Guardian as ‘the best thing Louis MacNeice ever wrote in prose’ The Strings are False is being reissued in MacNeice’s centenary year with a new preface by Derek Mahon.
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