Eclipse (2000) is a novel by the Irish writer John Banville, though its intensely lyrical style and unorthodox structure have prompted some to describe it as more prose poem than novel. Along with the novels Shroud and Ancient Light, it comprises a trilogy concerning an actor Alexander Cleave and his estranged daughter Cass.

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  • Eclipse (2000) is a novel by the Irish writer John Banville, though its intensely lyrical style and unorthodox structure have prompted some to describe it as more prose poem than novel. Along with the novels Shroud and Ancient Light, it comprises a trilogy concerning an actor Alexander Cleave and his estranged daughter Cass. (en)
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  • 0-330-33933-8
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  • 247400045
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  • 2000-09-22 (xsd:date)
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  • Cover of first edition
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  • Ireland
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  • English
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  • Picador
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  • Eclipse (2000) is a novel by the Irish writer John Banville, though its intensely lyrical style and unorthodox structure have prompted some to describe it as more prose poem than novel. Along with the novels Shroud and Ancient Light, it comprises a trilogy concerning an actor Alexander Cleave and his estranged daughter Cass. (en)
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  • Eclipse (Banville novel) (en)
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