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Ireland and the Balkans Conflict in Edna O'Brien's The Little Red Chairs
Acta Universitatis Sapientiae: Philologica
History has always been a major critical exploration point in Edna O'Brien's works. Notable for its realistic Irish specificity, her fiction interrogates problems of history, memory, and society with an audacious awareness. In her 2015 novel, The Little Red Chairs, O'Brien goes beyond the familiar Irish cultural context and creates a propitious alternative life-story for Radovan Karadžić, a Serbian war criminal from the Balkans conflict of the 1990s. Attending closely to the novel'sdoi:10.2478/ausp-2020-0009 fatcat:t7yhb272avbvvmnbvp53wlvyem