Tara Road | Literature Criticism Interview by Maeve Binchy with Dawn Simonds Ramirez

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Tara Road.
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Interview by Maeve Binchy with Dawn Simonds Ramirez

SOURCE: “An Interview with Maeve Binchy,” in Writer's Digest, Vol. 79, No. 4, April, 1999, p. 6.

In the following interview, Binchy discusses her writing process and Tara Road.

Maeve Binchy proved as gracious and charming as her characters when she spoke about her latest book, Tara Road.

[Ramirez:] What's a typical writing day like?

[Binchy:] We live in a very small place in Ireland called Dockey, where I grew up. I'm married to a writer, Gordon Snell, and we regard writing like a job. We race up the stairs at 8 the morning when we have to be at our desks. We rush around the place and say “Gosh, we'll be late!” I work from 8 until 2 five days a week.

How do you get started?

I regard my...

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