Good Behaviour

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This article is about the novel by Molly Keane. For the legal term, see good behavior. For the U.S. TV series, see Good Behavior. For the psychological study, see Good Behavior Game. For behaviour, see behaviour and good. For other uses, see good behaviour.

Published by Molly Keane in 1981, Good Behaviour tells a story of Irish society in the early twentieth century. Narrated by the daughter of the St. Charles family, Aroon, nothing is as it seems. A cold mother, a gay brother and a similarly inclined love interest all unseen or excused by the society focused upon good behaviour. The book was nominated for the Booker prize and has been adapted for television and radio (1996).[1]

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