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Galway of the Races

Galway of the Races

Robert Lynd

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’This selection of essays covers a host of topics with zest and elegance and humour.’ - Robert Greacen, Irish Independent
The essays in Galway of the Races represent his writings on Ireland (Protestant and Papish, with accounts of Connolly, Kettle, Griffith, Shaw, Yeats and Joyce), on literature (from Donne to Hazlitt, Keats, Turgenev and Chekhov) and on life at large (the Great War, the British Museum, smoking, sport, walking and other pleasures). A biographical introduction underpins the selection. After two posthumous collections, Lynd's reputation declined. Forty years on, the work of this autobiographer, critic and social observer re-emerges with all its original vitality. These diverse and entertaining essays will give enduring pleasure to a new generation of readers.

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Author Robert Lynd
Publisher Lilliput Press
Publication date 1 Jan 1990
Format Hardback
ISBN/EAN 9780946640485

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