At School Connell And Marianne Pretend Not To Know Each Other He S Popular And Well Adjusted, Star Of The School Soccer Team While She Is Lonely, Proud, And Intensely Private But When Connell Comes To Pick His Mother Up From Her Housekeeping Job At Marianne S House, A Strange And Indelible Connection Grows Between The Two Teenagers One They Are Determined To Conceal.A Year Later, They Re Both Studying At Trinity College In Dublin Marianne Has Found Her Feet In A New Social World While Connell Hangs At The Sidelines, Shy And Uncertain Throughout Their Years In College, Marianne And Connell Circle One Another, Straying Toward Other People And Possibilities But Always Magnetically, Irresistibly Drawn Back Together Then, As She Veers Into Self Destruction And He Begins To Search For Meaning Elsewhere, Each Must Confront How Far They Are Willing To Go To Save The Other.Sally Rooney Brings Her Brilliant Psychological Acuity And Perfectly Spare Prose To A Story That Explores The Subtleties Of Class, The Electricity Of First Love, And The Complex Entanglements Of Family And Friendship.
Sally Rooney was born in 1991 and lives in Dublin, where she graduated from Trinity College Her work has appeared in Granta, The Dublin Review, The White Review, The Stinging Fly, and the Winter Pages anthology.
- 273 pages
- Normal People
- Sally Rooney
- 23 March 2017 Sally Rooney