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Flann O'Brien

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Flann O'Brien, whose real name was Brian O'Nolan, was an Irish novelist, dramatist and satirist. He was known for his dark novels and his sense of humour. At Swim-Two-Birds is his first novel.

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At Swim-Two-Birds

The Poor Mouth

The Dalkey Archive

The Third Policeman

Various Lives of Keats And Chapman and The Brother

At Swim-Two-Birds

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Book Review:

First published in 1939 it was against the run of play, as you might say. Introducing characters which did not seem to meet the seriousness of the day but it was and would be a classic..

Book Condition:
Some wear to covers and browning to pages oherwise Good Copy
Penguin Paperback 1971 Reprint
Book Weight: 140g

ISBN n/a

Book Type:
Irish Fiction

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The Poor Mouth

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Book Review:

Bonaparte O'Coonassa is the hero of this surreal tale.

Book Condition:
Some wear to covers otherwise Good Copy
Picador Paperback 1975 Reprint
Book Weight: 207g

ISBN 0330245848

Book Type:
Irish Fiction

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The Dalkey Archive

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Book Review:

The tale of the theologian and the mad scientist. A battle of wits in more ways than one.

Book Condition:
Very slight wear to covers otherwise Very Good Copy
Harper Perennial Paperback 2007 Reprint
Book Weight: 147g

ISBN 9780007247196

Book Type:
Irish Fiction

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The Third Policeman

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Book Review:

A murder thriller, a hilarious comic satire, a surrealistic vision of eternity and an erotic, tender story of unrequited love between a man and his bicycle.

Book Condition:
Slight wear to covers and browning to pages otherwise Good Copy
Picador Paperback 1982 Reprint
Book Weight: 138g

ISBN 0330241583

Book Type:
Irish Fiction

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Various Lives of Keats And Chapman and The Brother

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Book Review:

The Keats and Chapman stories and the collected wisdom of the Brothers are the cream of the comic treasures from the Cruiskeen Lawn column of the Irish Times.

Book Condition:
Slight wear to covers otherwise Good Copy
Grafton Paperback 1988 Reprint
Book Weight: 245g

ISBN 0246133406

Book Type:
Irish Interest

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