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Her warm humour, sympathy, curiosity about human nature and eye for detail make the novels of Maeve Binchy (1940-2012) hugely appealing. These virtues are all shared by this selection of articles from The Irish Times, which chart her life from her early career as a waitress to the pains of old age. Whether meeting Samuel Beckett, reporting tragedies or recounting an amusing anecdote of small-town life, they are as compelling as her fiction. American-cut pages and felt-tip mark on lower trimmed edge.