The Hill Bachelors by William TrevorThe Hill Bachelors by William Trevor

The Hill Bachelors

byWilliam Trevor

Paperback | October 1, 2001

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William Trevor's Last Stories is forthcoming from Viking.

His first collection since the bestselling After Rain, William Trevor's The Hill Bachelors is a heartbreaking book about men and women and their missed opportunities: four people live in a suburban house, frozen in a conspiracy of silence that prevents love's consummation; a nine-year-old dreams that a part in a movie will heal her fragmented family life; a brother and sister forge a new life amid the chaos of Ireland after the Rebellion; and in the title story, a young man chooses between his longtime love and a life of solitude on the family farm. These beautifully rendered tales reveal Trevor's compassion for the human condition and confirm once again his position as one of the premier writers of the short story.
William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, County Cork, and spent his childhood in provincial Ireland. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin. He is the author of twenty-nine books, including Felicia’s Journey, which won the Whitbread Book of the Year Award and was made into a motion picture, and The Story of Lucy Gault, which was shortli...
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Title:The Hill BachelorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 7.74 × 5.07 × 0.61 inPublished:October 1, 2001Publisher:Penguin BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0141002174

ISBN - 13:9780141002170

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Table of Contents

William TrevorThree People

Of the Cloth

Good News

The Mourning

A Friend in the Trade

Low Sunday, 1950

Le Visiteur

The Virgin's Gift

Death of a Professor

Against the Odds

The Telephone Game

The Hill Bachelors

Editorial Reviews

"One of the very best writers of our era." —The Washington Post Book World

"Ireland's answer to Chekhov has produced another story collection of splendid melancholy." —The Boston Globe