Square Peg: The Life and Times of a Northern Newspaperman South of the Border
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This is an anecdotal account of a Northern Irish, protestant journalist trying to cope with the eccentricities of life in the south, politicians, the vagaries of the 44B bus service and the Glencullen weather.
An anecdotal account by a Northern Irish protestant journalist of his experiences whilst trying to cope with life in the south for twenty years. Dennis Kennedy lived in the predominantly Catholic village of Glencullen and worked mostly for the Irish Times where he became deputy editor. He relates personal encounters with politicians such as Lynch, FitzGerald, and Haughey but also discusses the vagaries of the 44B bus service and the Glencullen weather.
|Publisher||The History Press|
|Publication date||1 Aug 2009|
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