Anne Enright
Actress: Fame, Sexual Power, & Hidden Truths

Winner of the Man Booker Prize and the first Laureate for Irish Fiction, Anne Enright is a storyteller of rare distinction, as witnessed in novels from The Gathering to The Green Road. And in Actress, she creates an unforgettable character – that of Katherine O’Dell, star of the stage and mother to the long-suffering Norah, who tells her riveting, funny and often painful story. Enright talks about Katherine, Norah and her body of work to Alex Clark, journalist, critic and broadcaster.

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