Langrishe, Go Down, the novel by Aidan Higgins (), was adapted for the screen by Harold Pinter, directed by David Jones, filmed for BBC Television in. In his sophisticated debut novel, Langrishe, Go Down, published in , Higgins took a defining theme of Irish literature, the death throes of. In the late s, three reclusive middle-aged spinster sisters live on their run down family estate in Ireland. Otto Beck, a perpetual graduate student from.
An eminently poetic book, Langrishe, Go Down (Higgins's first novel) traces the fall of the Langrishes--a once wealthy, highly respected Irish family--through the. Langrishe, Go Down was published back in and won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize (a prestigious award by any measure, I'd think). 15 Nov - 15 min - Uploaded by Pao SCL Judi Dench.
NEW ISLAND BOOKS has marked the 50th anniversary of Aidan Higgins' masterful Langrishe, Go Down with a new edition that features an. An eminently poetic book, Langrishe, Go Down (Higgins's first novel) traces the fall of the Langrishes—a once wealthy, highly respected Irish. The Irish Times reviews LANGRISHE, GO DOWN. “Half a century on, Aidan Higgins's debut novel remains bold, expressive and daring.” Read the full review by. Langrishe, Go Down has 81 ratings and 18 reviews. MJ said: Aidan Higgins is one of Dalkey's most-pubbed authors, so my curiosity took to me to his work .