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(oʊˈfeɪ lən, oʊˈfæl ən)

Seán (ʃɔn) 1900–91, Irish writer.
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In addition to his six-year stint at the helm of The Bell, O'Faolain was a novelist, biographer, and tireless advocate for liberalism and literary freedom.
Sean O'Faolain, Literature, Inheritance and the 1930s
This collection of writings by the late Irish journalist, author and social critic Nuala O'Faolain includes some of her best writings from the last three decades.
Nuala O'Faolain (author); A RADIANT LIFE; Abrams Image (Nonfiction: Literary Collections, Nonfiction: Literary Collections) $18.
In The Silver Branch, O'Faolain grouped six short poems about the sea under the title "Sea Snatches.
Nuala O'Faolain -- a journalist and feminist who gained international fame with her outspoken 1996 memoir Are You Somebody?
TRAGIC author Nuala O'Faolain has finally lost her battle with cancer.
AUTHOR Nuala O'Faolain has died after a battle with cancer, her family announced.
TERMINALLY ill author Nuala O'Faolain crammed in three months of travel before she died, it was revealed last night.
NUALA O'FAOLAIN IS TO BE commended for bringing to light the fact that Dr.
The Story of Chicago May By Nuala O'Faolain New York: Riverhead Books, 2005, 310pp.
For a man described by one leading American critic in 1957 as 'the most distinguished living Irish writer' (1) and by The Atlantic Monthly seven years later simply as 'Ireland's finest writer', (2) Sean O'Faolain is today, despite a small rekindling of interest at the time of his centenary celebrations in 2000, a strangely neglected figure both by critics and readers alike.