Room for a Single Lady - Clare Boylan Reviews
Description:ISBN 034910901X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Clare Boylan / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 378 Pages / Book is published 1998-08-20 by ... more
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This is a review of the 1997 book 'Room for a Single Lady' by Clare Boylan. The book follows three sisters, Bridie, Kitty and Rose and is set in the 1950s. The sisters live with their parents on the outskirts of Dublin and despite their dad's best efforts to hold down a job, their mother often struggles to put a meal on the table for them all. The house has a spare bedroom (all three sisters share) and hence the title, they rent it out to respectable single ladies. Rose Narrates In the book we see things from Rose, the youngest sister's point of view. She wants to be a teenager now like her sisters and is hurt when they leave her out. She is overly ... Read the complete review
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