Days Without End: A Novel OverviewSet in America during the Indians wars and Civil War of the 1850s and 1860s, Days Without End is a work of historical fiction that tells the story of Thomas McNulty, a soldier who fled Ireland as a young boy in search of a better life. Told from his point of view, the novel follows Thomas through his challenging experiences of fighting gruesome battles, surviving harsh climates, and discovering his true identity as a woman. Ultimately, Thomas’s chance at happiness rests on his relationship with his comrade, John Cole, and their adopted Native American daughter, Winona.
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Sebastian Barry Biographies (1)
5,801 words, approx. 20 pages
Sebastian Barry started his career as a playwright in his thirty-first year and did not achieve wide acclaim until his fortieth year, when The Steward of Christendom (1995), had a sellout run in the R...