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The hard life an exegesis of squalor

Two young orphans, Finbarr and Manus, are taken into the household of the eccentric Mr Collopy where they grew up surrounded by the smells of good whiskey and bad cooking. Manus proves to be a business genius, and this talent takes him from teaching people to walk the tightrope by correspondence course to the Vatican. The greatest satirical Irish writer of the twentieth-century turns his attention to the garrulous Irish and vividly captures the wit, extravagance and glory of their talk.

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  • "Two young orphans, Finbarr and Manus, are taken into the household of the eccentric Mr Collopy where they grew up surrounded by the smells of good whiskey and bad cooking. Manus proves to be a business genius, and this talent takes him from teaching people to walk the tightrope by correspondence course to the Vatican. The greatest satirical Irish writer of the twentieth-century turns his attention to the garrulous Irish and vividly captures the wit, extravagance and glory of their talk."@en
  • "A comic look at Irish life. The narrator is Finbarr, an orphan raised amid the odor of good whisky and bad cooking. With a mixture of admiration and unease he watches his brother, Manus, turn into a young man of business, successful enough to move to England."@en
  • "A comic look at Irish life. The narrator is Finbarr, an orphan raised amid the odor of good whisky and bad cooking. With a mixture of admiration and unease he watches his brother, Manus, turn into a young man of business, successful enough to move to England."
  • "First draft typescript with autograph corrections of Flann O'Brien's (Brian O'Nolan) work The Hard Life which was first published by MacGibbon and Kee in 1961. O'Brien gives the page count as 136, not including title page and dedication. However, there are two page 5s and two page 135s."

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  • "Literatura irlandzka w jÄ™zyku angielskim."
  • "Humorous fiction."@en
  • "Humorous fiction."

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  • "The hard life : an exegesis of squalor [by] Flann O'Brien, [pseud]."@en
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  • "The hard life : An exegesis of squalor."
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