The Harbor Boys: A Memoir by Hugo Hamilton

The Harbor Boys: A Memoir

byHugo Hamilton

Paperback | November 20, 2007

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As a boy, Hugo Hamilton felt a strong desire to be rid of the confused identity he had inherited from his German mother and Irish father. Yet history's determined grip tightened its hold. A job at the harbor, rather than offering him respite, entangled him in a bitter feud between two fishermen—one Catholic, one Protestant. Against the background of the spiraling Troubles in the North, Hugo listened to the missing persons bulletins going out on the radio for his German cousin who mysteriously vanished somewhere on the west coast of Ireland and watched as the unfolding harbor duel moved toward a tragic end. '

From the author of The Speckled People, one of the most lyrical and affecting memoirs of recent times, comes a powerful, deeply moving, and well-observed account of a young man's determined struggles to place himself in a world of his own making.

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In his first novel since the bestselling memoirThe Speckled People, Hugo Hamilton has created a truly compelling story of lost identity and a remarkable reflection on the ambiguity of belonging.
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Title:The Harbor Boys: A MemoirFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.61 inPublished:November 20, 2007Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060784695

ISBN - 13:9780060784690

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