Now an eminent writer and critic, Patricia Craig was expelled from her convent school in Belfast in 1959. This was not a time when pupils from respectable families were expelled, and certainly not for ‘carrying-on’ with boys in the Donegal Gaeltacht on a school-organised Irish language course.
Asking for Trouble is an absorbing coming-of-age memoir and a wry and witty account of religious identities, family relationships and growing up in 1950s Belfast and Donegal.
Illustrated with black and white photographs throughout.
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