An autobiographical essay chronicles the author's Irish Catholic upbringing, its strong influence on him, his coming to terms with his brother's suicide, and the friendships, travels, and memories he holds dear
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Dunne identifies four stages of the Irish-American experience: immigrant, outcast, assimilated, deracinated. By the end of what PW termed "this mordant, defiant, raunchy, sarcastic memoir--a mix of self-revelation, travel sketches, ruminations," Dunne is proudly searching for his great-grandfather's identity in the parish records of an Irish village.
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Book Description Touchstone, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0671725149
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