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Flann O"Brien: Myles from Dublin

Monique Gallagher

Flann O"Brien: Myles from Dublin

by Monique Gallagher

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Published by Colin Smythe in Gerrards Cross .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shaw, Bernard, -- 1856-1950.,
  • O"Brien, Flann, -- 1911-1966.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesBernard Shaw and the comedy of approval.
    StatementMonique Gallagher. Bernard Shaw and the comedy of approval / Marc Poitou.
    SeriesPrincess Grace Irish Library lectures -- 7
    ContributionsPoitou, Marc., Poitou, Marc.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5367 .G36 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. --
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20053174M
    ISBN 100861403290

    Myles from Dublin A non fiction book by Monique Gallagher The first essay presents an entertaining overview of the life of O'Brien, exploring how conditions in Ireland influenced his writing; the second distills the essence of Shavian humor, explaining how the playwright employs laughter with such devastating effectiveness to a variety of ends. The Third Policeman is a novel by Irish writer Brian O'Nolan, writing under the pseudonym Flann O'Brien. It was written between and , but after it initially failed to find a publisher, the author withdrew the manuscript from circulation and claimed he had lost it. The book remained unpublished at the time of his death in

    Click to read more about Myles Away from Dublin by Flann O'Brien. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, limited to approximately 30 copies, and hand printed. 4to, 6pp. St. Sepulchre's Press was a small hand-press established by late Mary (Pol) Pollard at Trinity College, Dublin. A rare Flann O'Brien broadside, another copy appeared at auction in Seller Inventory #

      In reality, that O'Nolan was Flann O'Brien and Myles na gCopaleen was an open secret, largely disregarded by his colleagues, who found his writing very entertaining; this was a function of the makeup of the civil service, which recruited leading graduates by competitive examination—it was an erudite and relatively liberal body in the Ireland. Flann O'Brien (born Brian O'Nolan) was an Irish novelist, playwright and satirist regarded as a key figure in postmodern literature. Born in Strabane, County Tyrone, he is best known for English language novels such as At Swim-Two-Birds, and The Third Policeman (written under the nom de plume Flann O'Brien) as well as many satirical columns in The Irish Times and an Irish language novel An.


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His English novels appeared under the name of Flann O’Brien, while his great Irish novel and his newspaper column (which appeared from to ) were signed Myles na gCopaleen or Myles na Gopaleen – the second being a phonetic rendering of the first/5(6). Flann O'Brien wrote for the provincial National and Leinster Times, adopting the persona of George Knowall, the quizzical and endlessly enquiring country cousin of the metropolitan Myles of Dublin: it is these pieces that are collected in this volume/5.

Brian O'Nolan, who also wrote under the pen names of Flann O'Brien and Myles na Gopaleen, was born in in Co Tyrone, Ireland. This is a collection of his writings, many from his days as a columnist for the Nationalist and Leinster Times. His delight in words and his uncanny ability to see through humbug are unparalleled.5/5(1).

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Brian O'Nolan, who also wrote under the pen names of Flann O'Brien and Myles na Gopaleen, was born in in Co Tyrone. A resident of Dublin, he graduated from University College after a brilliant career as a student briefly edited -- and largely wrote -- a comic magazine called Blather, and joined the Civil Service, in which he eventually Pages: Brian O'Nolan, who also wrote under the pen names of Flann O'Brien and Myles na Gopaleen, was born in in Co Tyrone.

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