Farrell’s three novels, including two Booker Prize winners, offer an unequaled picture of the follies of empire.
THE SIEGE OF KRISHNAPUR
Introduction by Pankaj Mishra
Farrell’s Booker Prize winning novel takes place in India in 1857, the year of the Great Mutiny.
Introduction by John Banville
It’s 1919 and Ireland is experiencing the mounting violence of “the troubles” while outside the order of the British Empire totters. Troubles was recently awarded the “Lost” Booker Prize.
THE SINGAPORE GRIP
Introduction by Derek Mahon
It’s 1939, and the eve of World War II, in this novel that is a love story and a war story as well as a tragicomic tale of a city under siege and a dying way of life.
- Format: Paperback
- Publication Date: July 23, 2010
- Series: NYRB Classics