Posted on 21st May 2012

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The Mill for Grinding Old People Young

Glenn Patterson has sometimes been dubbed ‘Northern Ireland’s prose laureate’, and in this novel it’s not hard to see why.  The Mill for Grinding Old People Young takes us back to Belfast in the 1820s, a city in which ‘all things great and small came down to the tide’, and that tide seems to be…