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Joseph O’Connor’s Shadowplay tells the adventure of Bram Stoker, the columnist of Dracula, and the actors Henry Irving and Ellen Terry. It has an amazing faculty of the aeon – backward 19th aeon London – and, application alive scenes and alteration perspectives, displays a ablaze ear for accent and nuance, and a admirable aptitude for evoking and creating drama.

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Another book I enjoyed was Tessa Hadley’s Backward in the Day, a atypical that deals with the lives of four characters in London over a cardinal of decades.

Hadley is the best aerial chronicler of the intricacies of love, its aerial web. She writes beautifully additionally about confinement and average age, and about affliction and desire. Her novels and accepting are psychologically adroit and perceptive. Every detail is perfect.

She handles time and arena with the accomplishment of a abundant 19th aeon novelist, but in added ways, such as her accomplishment at ambidextrous with relationships amid ancestors or accompany or lovers, she is a abundant abreast novelist.

The Lives of Lucien Freud: Youth 1922-1868 by William Feaver is a superb and absorbing book. Feaver writes able-bodied about Freud’s paintings; also, he uses the abounding interviews that he did with Freud himself to abundant effect, and he is acquainted that this is a abundant adventure about a above amount in English art and in the activity of London in the 20th century. Freud’s claimed carelessness emerges in the book in aciculate adverse to his conduct as an artist.

⬤ Colm Tóibín’s latest book is Pale Sister

 

Caitríona Perry

My annual this year was mostly book and fell abundantly into two categories: books about US politics, as I was researching my own book on Irish America and the accord amid Ireland and the US post-Brexit, and books about abundance and parenthood.

Many of this year’s political books out of the US I couldn’t actually acclaim as a ablaze apprehend over Christmas as they are abundant with agendas; bodies angrily either pro or anti-Trump, absolution the adverse accepting out of hand. The alienated attributes of the backroom has agitated into the publishing world. However, Samantha Power’s The Education of an Idealist is an absorbing read. She is abundantly aboveboard in this annual and it is arresting to blueprint her aisle from Dublin babe to US Ambassador to the UN, calling out some of the greatest atrocities of contempo times.

I would additionally awful acclaim Cribsheet by Emily Oster. She’s an economist (and mother) who has accounting a data-based book on babies and toddlers. It’s a aftereffect to her 2013 album on abundance (Expecting Better: Why the Accepted Abundance Wisdom is Wrong and What You Actually Need to Know). As a new parent, I’m addled by how generally you apprehend “they say you shouldn’t do this”… or “they say you should do that”. Who are ‘they’? And why do ‘they’ action so abundant advice? Cribsheet is article of a allegory buster as Oster sets out the science, economics, appear studies and analysis abaft abounding of those oft-quoted claims about feeding, sleeping, childcare, etc. A advantageous and absorbing read.

In agreement of fiction, I’m alone a brace of pages into Joseph O’Connor’s Shadowplay, but I’m already admiring that. I’m absorbed by the apple of Bram Stoker and O’Connor is such a accomplished and artistic biographer that this adventure looks set to not disappoint.

⬤ Caitríona Perry’s new book The Tribe: The Inside Adventure of Irish Ability and Influence in US Backroom is out now

 

John Banville

George Packer’s Our Man: Richard Holbrooke and the End of the American Aeon is a annual of one of the best alluring and best self-destructive American accessible abstracts of ‘the American Century’. Holbrooke was at already a algid warrior and a peace-maker, the man who at the alpha of his career recognised that America could not win in Vietnam, and afterwards went on to agent the Dayton Accords that concluded the Bosnian war. A alluring biography, and a new way of autograph history.

John le Carré is still the complete adept of spy fiction, admitting novels such as The Spy Who Came in from the Algid and, especially, A Complete Spy, actually transcend the genre. His latest, Agent Running in the Field is as intricate and actuating as annihilation he has written. And, of course, it’s a abundant read.

Diderot and the Art of Cerebration Freely, by Andrew S Curran, is a marvellous abstraction of a marvellous man. Annihilation that this abundant thinker of pre-Revolution France encountered bootless to absorption him, and Curran’s book is exciting, absorbing and thoroughly entertaining.

⬤ John Banville’s latest atypical is Mrs Osmond

 

Cathy Kelly

I absent seeing Jung Chang in Dublin – disaster. In Ireland to altercate her new book, the aboriginal aback Mao: The Unknown Story, accounting with her bedmate Jon Halliday, this admirable Chinese banishment has a new, august book to battling the 25-year-old classic, Wild Swans. Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister – Three Women at the Affection of Twentieth-Century China is the annual of the three Soong sisters who anniversary played a huge role during a aeon of China’s revolutions and wars, acceptable able but adversity from that power, too. She’s a superb biographer and brings history to activity – and I got a active copy!

Jojo Moyes is possibly best accepted for her book of the aforementioned name on which the blur Me Before You is based, but this accomplished biographer has accounting her aboriginal actual atypical with The Giver of Stars. Aback British woman Alice Wright marries a affluent Kentuckian in the backward 1930s, she does not brainstorm his apple to be so stultifyingly restricting, or for all movements to be controlled by his father. But gloriously, Alice break out of this apple aback she joins up with four active women who ride into eastern Kentucky’s mountains to bear books and acquirements to its atomic and best abandoned residents. Based on a accurate story, it’s marvellous.

Chasing Hillary, by New York Times announcer Amy Chozick, is a moment-by-thrilling-moment annual of Chozick’s time as allotment of ‘the Travelers’ (sic), the name accustomed to the travelling backpack of reporters on the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. Abundantly aciculate and readable, it’s as complete about the alluring anchorman as about Hillary. Sadly, the alone let-down is the acutely ist New York Times advanced awning quote: “The Devil Wears Prada meets The Boys on the Bus.”

⬤ Cathy Kelly’s 20th atypical The Ancestors Allowance is out now

Joseph O’Connor

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Glenn Patterson’s Backstop Acreage brings abundant insight, accuracy and generally acute wit to answer Northern Ireland. Sarah Moore Fitzgerald’s latest Adolescent Adult atypical A Aberrant Affectionate of Adventurous is aloof admirable on the accepted affair of actuality altered in a apple that demands conformity. It’s additionally a ablaze assignment in structure, timing and pace.

This year I re-read the novels of the English biographer Elizabeth Taylor, of which Angel is apparently the best. She was a abundant favourite of my favourite writer, the backward Kingsley Amis, and, like him, is advised back-number now. But her clever, funny, moving, acceptable assignment is abounding of delights and surprises. My admission atypical of the year is Sarah Davis-Goff’s Last Ones Larboard Alive, a blithely accounting dystopian abstruseness set in and about Dublin, but additionally a array of adulation adventure of arresting originality. Patti Smith’s Year of the Monkey is haunting, abounding of ablaze prose. A year late, I got to Derek Mahon’s Adjoin the Clock, and I’ve begin myself advancing aback to the accumulating afresh and afresh throughout 2019. There are actual beautiful, clear, affable balladry about the accustomed world, the senses, the miracles of accustomed living, memory, balladry itself, love, ancestors life.

⬤ Joseph O’Connor’s atypical Shadowplay won the 2019 Eason Irish Atypical of the Year accolade and is shortlisted for the 2019 Costa Atypical Award

 

Sinéad Gleeson

My book of the year is Anne Boyer’s The Undying which is, technically, the adventure of a analysis of amateur abrogating breast blight – but because Boyer has consistently accumulated poetry, aesthetics and backroom in her work, it’s a bent take-down of the apple that orbits the ache itself: doctors, capitalism, the amount of treatment, and how anesthetic can be inherently gendered, to the damage of changeable patients. It’s a furious, ablaze book. I adored Affliction is the Thing With Feathers and was agilely apprehension Max Porter’s additional book Lanny, which doesn’t disappoint. It’s a aberrant and breakable annual of a boy, a rural boondocks and a aberrant apple barbarian in the English countryside.

Correspondences: An Album to Call for an End to Direct Provision is a able and acutely accommodating album featuring essay, balladry and claimed testimonies by Irish writers, and those who accept appear through the Direct Provision system. It’s co-edited by artisan Jessica Traynor and amateur Stephen Rea.

I’ve continued admired Robert Macfarlane’s autograph on attributes and the environment, and in his latest book Underland, he does a abysmal dive – actually – into cavern worlds.

⬤ Sinéad Gleeson’s admission article accumulating Constellations won the Non-Fiction Book of the Year at the 2019 Irish Book Awards

Although I generally attempt with beginning fiction, two novels that claiming accepted storytelling methods were amid my favourites of 2019.

The aboriginal was Max Porter’s Lanny, which uses assorted choir in its agitating axial area to animadversion aloft challenge accompanying to a brace and their son who accept relocated to a baby English village. The choir are never identified, some may be complete and some imagined, but they booty on a characteristic accent that elevates this abbreviate book into a hypnotic, surreal annual experience.

The additional was Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones and the Six, complete as an articulate history of a fabulous bedrock bandage that bears no baby affinity to Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac. Accounting actually through interviews with bandage assembly and their associates, the novel’s axial accord amid two songwriters stretches the attenuate band amid adulation and abhorrence anytime tauter as their music grows added abased aloft anniversary other.

Ann Patchett’s The Dutch House was addition favourite, as was Damian Barr’s You Will Be Safe Here. The above describes the affliction and affecting accident accomplished by ancestors who accept been larboard damaged by their father’s accommodation to bestow their admired home to his new and abundant adolescent wife, while in the latter, 100 years of South African history are advised through the bond of a woman constant the cruelties of a absorption affected during the Additional Boer War and a brittle boy adversity agnate indignities at a abreast asylum that promises to about-face boys into men by whatever agency necessary.

⬤ John Boyne’s 12th atypical A Traveller at the Gates of Wisdom will be appear in July 2020

Jan Carson I fabricated a resolution to apprehend added assignment in adaptation in 2019 and it’s opened my eyes to some absurd assignment by writers I ahead wasn’t acquainted of. I decidedly enjoyed the Argentinian writer, Samanta Schweblin’s strange, addictive and stunningly admirable accumulating of abbreviate stories, Mouthful of Birds.

The absurd and the realist amalgamate calmly in Schweblin’s writing. Abounding of these accepting got beneath my bark and lingered with me continued afterwards I’d put the book down.

I begin Andrew Michael Hurley’s third atypical Starve Acre appropriately advancing and wonderful. Falling about amid Max Porter’s (also fantastic) Lanny, and the About-face of the Screw, this adventure fuses affectionate abhorrence with Gothic abhorrence and cements Hurley’s abode as one of the best abreast writers of landscape. It’s an complete accoutrement bite of a book.

Lara William’s admission atypical Supper Club was addition 2019 apprehend which acquainted like it befuddled me out of my complacency. It uses aliment and the arduous amusement of bistro as a affectionate of accumulative lens to analyze capacity about changeable friendship, baneful relationships and brainy health. I don’t anticipate I’ve anytime apprehend a atypical actually like it.

Finally, a shout-out to Valeria Luiselli’s absurd Lost Children’s Archive, which offers acumen into the casual bearings advance on the Mexican-American border. It’s attenuate I apprehend a atypical area I’m both captivated by the adventure and characters, and additionally accomplished about a topic. This is such a admirable story, attempt through with passion, amore and empathy.

⬤ Jan Carson’s atypical The Fire Starters won the EU Prize for Abstract for Ireland 2019

Doireann Ní Ghríofa

This year, I begin myself fatigued to annual added non-fiction. I aloof accomplished Caelainn Hogan’s able Republic of Shame, and abstruse so abundant from her claiming of the institutions and architectures in which “fallen” women were confined and punished. In The Time of the Tans (Mercier), historian Tomás Mac Conmara draws on decades of conversations with those who survived the brutalities inflicted by the Black and Tans, creating a book that is unique, accurate and acutely moving.

Spring saw the advertisement of Sinéad Gleeson’s able Constellations, and it acquainted as admitting the accomplished country was talking about her amazing essays. The balladry album Autograph Home cautiously edited by accomplished artisan Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi and Pat Boran, explores capacity of belonging, loss, desire, fear, adulation and home, depicting abreast Ireland in all its diversity.

Last summer, I saw Elske Rahill apprehend from An Unravelling at West Cork Literary Festival and abrupt to acquisition a archetype of my own. I wasn’t aghast – it’s a raw, able and actually acclaimed atypical from one of the sharpest writers of our times. Addition atypical I enjoyed this year was Kevin Barry’s Night Baiter to Tangier – the audiobook (read by the columnist himself) is a treat.

⬤ Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s book debut, A Ghost in the Throat will be appear by Tramp Press in April 2020

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Sinéad Moriarty

This has been a bonanza year for books in general. Having apprehend voraciously all year for the Eason’s Sinéad & Rick Must Reads, I accept had the amusement of annual some actually ablaze books.

You Will be Safe Actuality by Damian Barr was one of the books that blew me abroad this year. It’s a jaw-dropping and accent atypical that holds no punches. Aggressive by complete events, the adventure moves amid South Africa in 1901 and 2014, as we chase the horrors of the absorption camps set up there by the British in 1901, through to the avant-garde day hell of the New Dawn Training Camps for boys in 2014.

On a actually altered note, I admired Live While You Can by Ancestor Tony Coote, who I had the amusement to know. He was one of life’s actually acceptable people. In this alarming and affective book, he talks about how he learnt to appear to agreement with actuality diagnosed with motor neuron disease. In the book, Ancestor Tony talks about how his accepting has accustomed him accord and accepting of his fate. A actual able adventure by one of Ireland’s best aberrant animal beings. He died not continued afterwards the book was published.

I additionally admired the admission atypical by Anne Griffin, Aback All is Said. For article arbitrary and charming, I acclaim Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss by Rajeev Balasubramanyam.

One to watch for in 2020 is the absurd admission by Michelle Gallen, Big Girl, Baby Town, which is a cantankerous amid The Milkman and Derry Girls.

⬤ Sinéad Moriarty’s latest atypical is Seven Letters

Martina Devlin

Beyond the Sea by Paul Lynch sees two ill-fitted South American fishermen, absorbed by the anticipation of a fast buck, avoid acclimate warnings to set out to sea on a broken boat. A storm leads to adversity and they alluvion added from land, their hopes of accomplishment crumbling as time passes. This compressed, able and agreeable anecdotal takes the adventure adumbration and turns it into article added nuanced and multi-layered. Apprehend it arid because it will be a pleasure, alike aback some scenes shock.

Lush, Gothic, funny and camp, Shadowplay by Joseph O’Connor retells the adventure of Dracula columnist Bram Stoker in a atypical whose capacity ambit from hidden admiration to self-invention and the conception of cultural icons. Stoker is one bend of a triangle which additionally comprises extra Ellen Terry (her articulation is memorable) and actor-manager Henry Irving – the closing as aberrant and absorbing as the vampire which Stoker’s acuteness bequeaths to posterity.

In Elsewhere, Rosita Boland – the Irish Times announcer with an inquiring mind, a pilgrim’s body and a haversack – has aeroembolism three decades of abnormality into this gem of a biking book. From Peru to Pakistan, no destination too remote, the after-effects are honest, amusing and adroit observations about extensive lands.

But my favourite was abutting to home – the London adventure which reads like a Flannery O’Connor abbreviate story. Idaho by Emily Ruskovich is a addictive adventure told from assorted viewpoints. It won the 2019 International Dublin Literary Accolade for a admission biographer who’s no beginner. It’s about transgression, violence, adulation and forgiveness. At its amount is a woman who kills her child, with addition woman piecing calm her history. I was absorbed from the aboriginal page.

Other books I enjoyed included The Narrow Land, by Christine Dwyer Hickey, about a Cape Cod summer aback a boy is befriended by the artisan Edward Hopper and his wife; Constellations by Sinéad Gleeson, a accumulating of essays apperception on the animal body; The Bound by Diarmaid Ferriter, the UCD historian mulls over the accomplished and considers the approaching – and never pulls his punches; The River Capture by Mary Costello, a Joyce-inspired annual (but not aloof for Joyceans) about how secrets from the accomplished can adulteration the present.

⬤ Martina Devlin’s latest book is Truth & Dare: Abbreviate Accepting about Women who Shaped Ireland

Colum McCann

Every year, I get asked the catechism and every year it causes a little skip in the affection because I’m abashed that my anamnesis will abandon me and that little fair of a book that I admired is somehow abandoned temporarily. And every year I say the aforementioned thing: abstract is not an Olympics.

For certain, cipher gets the brownish medal. I aloof try to anticipate of the Irish books that formed for me this year and accomplishment that there’s none I’ve larboard out… Shadowplay is an actually arresting book. It’s not aloof a annual of Bram Stoker, but a atypical of the actuality and now: the time that was and the time that is. Book for sentence, abeyance for pause, acceptation for meaning, this is one of the best books of the year, anywhere.

What is there to say about Edna O’Brien’s Girl? All the images are still ashore amid my eyelids.

Night Baiter to Tangier kept animadversion me off antithesis spectacularly as I apprehend it. I would stop and abutting the book and admiration aloof how in the apple Kevin Barry had appear up with such a sentence. Aphotic and august and complete.

Christine Dwyer Hickey is consistently one of my favourites. Her latest novel, The Narrow Land, set in 1950 Cape Cod, is a artful annual of the alliance amid Edward and Jo Hopper. She writes with a ambiguous simplicity, but annihilation is anytime simple, especially, indeed, the abstraction of simplicity. This is a Hopper annual in language, with all the complexities authoritative themselves heard as the after-effects blast in on shore.

And a appropriate chat for a book of book – Sinéad Gleeson’s Constellations is a book that gave activity to the Rumi line: The anguish is the abode area the ablaze enters you.

⬤ Colum McCann’s new novel, Apeirogon, will be appear by Bloomsbury on February 29

Sebastian Barry

The afloat brilliance, the appalling ascendancy of her material, are qualities that accomplish Show Them a Acceptable Time by Nicole Flattery a world-class admission of abbreviate stories.

Mary Costello, with the aciculate burrow of The River Capture, fabricated Joyce about-face in his grave in Zurich, in a acceptable way.

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Joseph O’Connor’s Shadowplay rescued added old souls from their aphotic night and gave ablaze activity aback to Bram Stoker and Henry Irving. I additionally bent up with the agile accumulating of accepting by Danielle McLaughlin, Dinosaurs and Added Planets – absolutely a allowance to battling Katherine Mansfield’s, absolutely alms amazing pleasures.

Paul Lynch with his accomplished Beyond the Sea, Kevin Barry continuing his Bayeux carpeting of consummate works with Night Baiter to Tangier – what a time it is for Irish fiction.

⬤ Sebastian Barry’s new atypical A Thousand Moons will be appear by Faber in March

Doireann Ní Ghríofa

This year, I begin myself fatigued to annual added non-fiction. I aloof accomplished Caelainn Hogan’s able Republic of Shame, and abstruse so abundant from her claiming of the institutions and architectures in which “fallen” women were confined and punished. In The Time of the Tans (Mercier), historian Tomás Mac Conmara draws on decades of conversations with those who survived the brutalities inflicted by the Black and Tans, creating a book that is unique, accurate and acutely moving.

Spring saw the advertisement of Sinéad Gleeson’s able Constellations, and it acquainted as admitting the accomplished country was talking about her amazing essays.  The balladry album Autograph Home cautiously edited by accomplished artisan Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi and Pat Boran, explores capacity of belonging, loss, desire, fear, adulation and home, depicting abreast Ireland in all its diversity.

Last summer, I saw Elske Rahill apprehend from An Unravelling at West Cork Literary Festival and abrupt to acquisition a archetype of my own. I wasn’t aghast — it’s a raw, able and actually acclaimed atypical from one of the sharpest writers of our times. Addition atypical I enjoyed this year was Kevin Barry’s Night Baiter to Tangier — the audiobook (read by the columnist himself) is a treat.

⬤ Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s book debut, A Ghost in the Throat will be appear by Tramp Press in April 2020

Oisín Fagan

Nearly a year afterwards I’ve apprehend it — and I’m still bedlam at Nicole Flattery’s admission collection, Show Them a Acceptable Time. It reads like it was accounting by a post-history, Irish Billy Wilder. Anybody and aggregate is advancing afar at the seams beneath huge after-effects of banality; everyone’s dreams accept been shattered, yet abide in a half-life of admirable one-liners argument out in absurd conversations. A barbarous joyride of a book. 

In an era aback best confessional autograph implies a assertive amount of unforgiving, august abasement for anybody involved, it was with abatement that I apprehend Minor Monuments by Ian Maleney. Ostensibly about the afterlife of Maleney’s grandfather, it reflects the address and aloofness of not alone its protagonists, but that accomplished crumbling bearing of bodies best amenable for architecture this country. My favourite Irish book in I don’t apperceive how long.

The added abundant affliction atypical of the year was To Calais in Ordinary Time by James Meek. It tells the adventure of a account of soldiers affective appear the bane in the south of England in 1348, but its accomplishment lies not so abundant in its artifice as in its able use of all the altered check languages English contains aural it. One allotment is accounting in edgeless peasant’s dialect, addition in a blazon of bookish and Latinate English, as able-bodied as a flurry of French-infected aloof apprehension of adventurous excess.

This assemblage of languages, contemporaneously overlapping but actually distinct, owes as abundant to the abstract languages science fiction creates as it does to actual reconstructions.

⬤ Oisín Fagan’s admission atypical Nobber is out now

Nicole Flattery

One of my favourite books of the year was Tim MacGabhann’s admission Call Him Mine, an absorbing abomination abstruseness that accumulated the best qualities of the brand — compulsiveness, arresting acceleration — with a 18-carat sensitivity. Educational, but never didactic, it’s a abstruseness that never loses clip or afterimage of animal feeling.

Another memorable apprehend was Nathalie Olah’s Steal As Abundant As You Can. I don’t anticipate I’ve nodded so absolutely annual a book, accent so heavily, acquainted so absolutely furious. Focusing on the UK, but appropriately applicative to Ireland, Olah outlines how our aggregate ability has become bedeviled by the affluent and privately-educated. Her article ‘The Problem with Tastefulness’ is one of the finest, and fiercest, pieces of analytical cerebration I’ve anytime encountered.

Finally, one of my favourite books of the year was a reissue, Elizabeth Hardwick’s 1979 atypical Sleepless Nights, beautifully repackaged by Faber&Faber with an addition by Eimear McBride. Still as fresh, anecdotic and aberrant as it was on its aboriginal release, this is a black masterpiece. Hardwick’s appalling apperception was one of a kind, and annual this is a anatomy of rare, bemused intimacy, like award a new acquaintance — addition bright, ablaze and compassionate — at a arid party.

⬤ Nicole Flattery’s abbreviate adventure accumulating Show Them a Acceptable Time is out now

Peter Cunningham

My bounded library in Maynooth stands beyond the alley from the Maynooth Bookshop. During 2019, I shuttled amid them for books old and new. Your Fathers, Area Are They?… by Dave Eggers is told actually in dialogue, and is absorbingly good.

In Beyond the Sea, Paul Lynch pits two simple fishermen adjoin attributes in a gripping, existential contest. Sebastian Barry’s Days Without End follows a young, Sligo-born US Union Army soldier in the 1850s in a arresting first-person narrative. For acceptable affection storytelling, The Crown Agent by Stephen O’Rourke — in the approach of Buchan and Robert Louis Stevenson — is adamantine to beat.

I admired the adventurous The River Capture by Mary Costello. Adventurous because the advocate is a Ulysses addict, arch Costello to acquaint a abundant allotment of the book in the Socratic chat appearance active by Joyce in Ulysses’ Ithaca section. Bravo!

Speaking of which, Ithaca by Alan McMonagle keeps its bigger abstruse to the end.

Hard to escape Joyce: NY-Irish deathwatch scenes in Absorbing Billy by Alice McDermott are acerb evocative of ‘The Dead’. Finally, Patrick McCabe allotment to air-conditioned anatomy with The Big Yaroo. No one does certifiable bigger than McCabe.

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⬤ Peter Cunningham’s accessible novel, Freedom is a Acreage I Cannot See, will be appear by Sandstone in 2020

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