Saturday, November 10, 2007

ann enright


"I am saying that, the year you sent us away, your dead son was interfered with, when you were not there to comfort or protect him, and that interference was enough to send him on a path that ends in the box downstairs. That is what I am saying, if you want to know"

From this year's booker winner, 'The gathering'.

2 comments:

antonia said...

oh this is cheerful, i must read it.

Nico said...

Yeah, you have to, although I think that quote does not capture the conflict. It's an impressive novel