The Glorious Heresies

The. Glorious. Heresies. “A wonderfully offbeat voice...McInerney's characters
aren't what anyone would call saints, but they're so richly drawn you have to
respect the way they think and sympathize with their moral conflicts.” —The New
York ...

Author: Lisa McInerney

Publisher: Tim Duggan Books

ISBN: 0804189080

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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From Lisa McInerney, hailed by The Irish Times as “arguably the most talented writer at work in Ireland today,” comes The Glorious Heresies, a searing debut novel about life on the fringes of Ireland’s post-crash society. When grandmother Maureen Phelan is surprised in her home by a stranger, she clubs the intruder with a Holy Stone. The consequences of this unplanned murder connect four misfits struggling against their meager circumstances. Ryan is a fifteen-year-old drug dealer desperate not to turn out like his alcoholic father, Tony, whose feud with his next-door neighbor threatens to ruin his family. Georgie is a sex worker who half-heartedly joins a born-again movement to escape her profession and drug habit. And Jimmy Phelan, the most fearsome gangster in the city and Maureen’s estranged son, finds that his mother’s bizarre attempts at redemption threaten his entire organization. Biting and darkly funny, The Glorious Heresies presents an unforgettable vision of a city plagued by poverty and exploitation, where salvation still awaits in the most unexpected places. — New York Time's Book Review's "10 Best Crime Novels" of the year

The Rules of Revelation

'THE RULES OF REVELATION is not only a glorious, bold, funny state-of-the-nation novel, but a beautiful and painful love story too' SALLY ROONEY REUNIONS.

Author: Lisa McInerney

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1473668921

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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REUNIONS. RECRIMINATIONS. RECKONINGS. Ireland. Great nationalists, bad mothers and a whole lot of secrets. Ryan Cusack is ready to deliver its soundtrack. Former sex-worker Georgie wants the truth about Ryan's past out there but the journalist has her own agenda. Mel returns from Brexit Britain, ill-equipped to deal with the resurgence of a family scandal. Karine has always been sure of herself, till a terrible secret tugs the rug from under her. Maureen has got wind that things are changing, and if anyone's telling the story she wants to make sure it's her. A riotous blast of sex, scandal, obsession, love, feminism, gender, music, class and transgression from an author with tremendous, singular talent.

The Blood Miracles

The second novel from the author of the Baileys Prize-winning The Glorious Heresies JOINT WINNER OF THE ENCORE AWARD 2018 'Fast paced, compelling, and thrilling, Lisa McInerney writes the type of fiction that is both beautifully crafted and ...

Author: Lisa McInerney

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 144479891X

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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The second novel from the author of the Baileys Prize-winning The Glorious Heresies JOINT WINNER OF THE ENCORE AWARD 2018 'Fast paced, compelling, and thrilling, Lisa McInerney writes the type of fiction that is both beautifully crafted and immensely enjoyable' Louise O'Neill 'The Blood Miracles has all the brio, street smarts and vicious linguistic verve of The Glorious Heresies, but with this follow up Lisa McInerney also reminds us just how brilliantly accomplished and ruthlessly focused a storyteller she is' Colin Barrett Like all twenty-year-olds, Ryan Cusack is trying to get his head around who he is. This is not a good time for his boss to exploit his dual heritage by opening a new black market route from Italy to Ireland. It is certainly not a good time for his adored girlfriend to decide he's irreparably corrupted. And he really wishes he hadn't accidentally caught the eye of an ornery grandmother who fancies herself his saviour. There may be a way clear of the chaos in the business proposals of music promoter Colm and in the attention of the charming, impulsive Natalie. But now that his boss's ambitions have rattled the city, Ryan is about to find out what he's made of, and it might be that chaos is in his blood.

The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Fiction

... Laochra , trapped in the microcriminality fostered by drug abuse in inner - city
Dublin , from the ( acknowledged ) standpoint of an author brought up in the
same environment . Lisa McInerney's ( 1981– ) The Glorious Heresies ( 2015 ) , a
tale ...

Author: Liam Harte

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198754892

Category: History

Page: 704

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Presents essays by thirty-five leading scholars of Irish fiction that provide authoritative assessments of the breadth and achievement of Irish novelists and short story writers.



The Heresies of the Plymouth Brethren

For example , when Mr Mackintosh speaks , in a multitude of instances , of “ the
Glorious Person of Christ , ” and of “ the birth of this Glorious Person , " what does
he mean ? How are we to interpret him ? One man may say he means the glory ...

Author: James Crawford Ledlie Carson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Plymouth Brethren

Page: 365

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Devotions to the glorious S Anthony of Padua compiled from the Auxilium in tribulatione sive S Antonius de Padua and other authentic sources by E G K Browne With a sketch of the life of the saint translated from the Flemish of G F Sanghee

Glorious Apostle of Christ's Church , Holy S. Anthony of Padua , whose zeal
against heresy , neither pain nor conflict could check , it has pleased the Almighty
that the brightest merits of thy strong faith and sainted life should descend to us ...

Author: Edward George Kirwan Browne

Publisher:

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Page: 64

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The Refutation of All Heresies

I think that the heresy of Valentinus , which is of Pythagorean ( origin ) , has been
sufficiently , indeed more than ... All things are about the King of all , and on his
account are all things , and he is cause of all the glorious [ objects of creation ) .

Author: Hippolytus (Antipope)

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Category: Apologetics

Page: 508

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Bishop Foster s Heresy

we have had time to hail our fellow sailors from the many beautiful ships , they
begin to fade from sight , and the glorious king of day bursts upon our view . But
our eyes have been opened to the immensity of the material universe , and on we
 ...

Author: James E. Lake

Publisher:

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Category: Resurrection

Page: 210

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The Disconnect

In these interlinked essays, she illuminates the subject with fierce clarity, revealing the ways we are more connected than ever before, and the disconnect this breeds.

Author: Roisin Kiberd

Publisher: Serpent's Tail

ISBN: 1782837310

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page:

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'Unsettling, illuminating, and perversely fun - by a writer of extraordinary style and intellectual range' Mark O'Connell, author of To Be A Machine 'Excellent ... I felt both seen and like I could see more after reading' Amy Liptrot, author of The Outrun 'Spectacular ... lion-hearted in its honesty, and insightful to the point of brilliance' - Lisa McInerney, author of The Glorious Heresies We all live online now: the line between the internet and IRL has become porous to the point of being meaningless. Roisin Kiberd knows this better than anyone. She has worked for tech startups and as the online voice of a cheese brand; she's witnessed the bloated excesses of tech conferences and explored the strangest communities on the web. She has traced the ripples these hidden worlds have sent through our culture and politics, and experienced the disorienting effects on her own life. In these interlinked essays, she illuminates the subject with fierce clarity, revealing the ways we are more connected than ever before, and the disconnect this breeds. From the lure of the endless scroll, to the glamour of self-optimisation; from the cult of Energy Drinks to the nostalgic world of Vaporwave music; and from silicon town centres to dating tech bros, Kiberd explores the strange worlds, habits and people that have grown with the internet. She asks what we have gained, what we have lost, and what we have given willingly away in exchange for this connected life.

Heresy its utility and morality A plea and a justification

... where its roots had been firmly struck in the previous century , but they also
give the history of a glorious endeavour on ... could endure no longer , but
electrified into life by eighteenth century heresy , " spurned under foot the idols of
tyranny ...

Author: Charles BRADLAUGH

Publisher:

ISBN:

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Page: 65

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The Gnostic Heresies of the first and second centuries by the late H L Mansel with a sketch of his work life and character by the earl of Carnarvon Ed by J B Lightfoot

bare walls , naked of the enrichment and ornament which the architect designed ,
chill the rising enthusiasm , wbile the fantastic cenotaphs and tasteless
monuments that are grouped along the aisles mock the glorious span and the
ascending ...

Author: Henry Longueville Mansel

Publisher:

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Page: 283

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The Works of Aurelius Augustine Writings in connection with the Manichaean heresy translated by Richard Stothert 1872

This glorious throne is the Church of which the apostle says : “ The temple of God
is holy , which temple ye are . ... of the Jews , about their testimony to the writings
which they have preserved , about the folly of heretics , about the dignity of the ...

Author: Saint Augustine (of Hippo)

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Category: Theology

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The Glorious Mystery

I am not at all surprised to find that Modernism has been defined as “ the heresy
which contains all the heresies and errors of the past ” ; indeed , one could find
no better definition than this ; no better phrase to ... THE GLORIOUS MYSTERY.

Author: Arthur Machen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Grail

Page: 219

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A collection of essays, reviews, etc., contributed to London journals. Most are centered around religion and Christianity, specifically the Holy Grail mythos, though others deal with literary criticism. Also included is "The Iron Maid," a fictional short story previously published in the author's "The Three Imposters," yet retracted from subsequent printings. cf. Foreword.