Review by Gearóid Denvir I often felt that Mícheál Ó hUanacháin was not a person but a shadow before me in the roadway! We went to the same school, Coláiste Mhuire, Parnell Square, Dublin, but he had gone by the time I set foot in the place, even though I had a brother and a brother behind me in my middle…. However, mention a country that I was from an English school in a south city working area. Mícheál won the school 's long - established families - the people of Muircheartach, Ceileachair, Mullan, Tuam, Uanachan - a middle class Irish - speaking group of senior civil servants who were all their fathers. They said, as Michael himself says in: A brick-built house in Glasneon On the saint's road ... An elegant middle-class building. ('Single Ticket', Construction Cars, 11) \ t But if he lived, the school taught us that the Irish language and its universe was not a burden of adulthood, but that it was not only the culchies who spoke it, but that it was spoken in a sophisticated modern and even middle-class urban setting.

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ISBN/EAN 6660012180103
Author Mícheál Ó hUanacháin
Publisher Coiscéim
Publication date 2 Mar 2018
Format Paperback / Bog
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Gearrscéalta / Short Stories

Féach Gach Treó

Mícheál Ó hUanacháin

Cnuasach gearrscéalta. A collection of short stories.

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