Granta 105: Lost and Found | Spring 2009

Granta 105: Lost and Found

Spring 2009

In this issue, we reflect on people and places undergoing momentous change. Jeremy Treglown investigates the Spanish Civil War’s restless dead; Elizabeth Pisani searches for truth in Tiananmen Square, twenty years on; Maurice Walsh talks to Ireland’s priests about how their role in the community is changing beyond recognition; and Rick Gekoski is consumed by the lost lines of a genius. Plus, fiction by A.L. Kennedy, Janet Frame and Altán Walker; poetry by John Burnside; and Jan Morris goes sailing in Cardigan Bay.

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