- Author:Flann O'Brien
- Publisher:Nórdica Libros (November 15, 2006)
- Pages:268 pages
- FB2 format1275 kb
- ePUB format1502 kb
- DJVU format1768 kb
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Flann O'Brien's first novel is a brilliant impressionistic jumble of ideas, mythology and nonsense.
Flann O'Brien's first novel is a brilliant impressionistic jumble of ideas, mythology and nonsense. Flann O'Brien's blend of farce, satire and fantasy result in a remarkable, astonishingly innovative book.
Muchas son las razones que hacen de El Tercer Policía una novela singular
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Please note this booking is through the 3rd party service Eventbrite and by making this booking you are a customer of Eventbrite The Irish comic writer Flann O'Brien's third major work was An Béal Bocht (1941): a slim novel parodying peasant memoirs of the West of Ireland, published under the name.
Flann O'Brien, whose real name was Brian O'Nolan, also wrote under the pen name of Myles na Gopaleen. He was born in 1911 in County Tyrone. He wrote throughout his life, which ended in Dublin on April 1, 1966.
comic and acclaimed author of ‘At Swim-Two-Birds’ – Flann O’Brien.
Read The Third Policeman, by Flann O’Brien online on Bookmate – A masterpiece of black humour from the renown comic and acclaimed author of ‘At Swim-Two-Birds’ – Flann O’Brien.
Labyrinthine and multilayered, Flann O’Brien’s humorous debut is both a reflection on, and an exemplar of, the Irish novel, writes Robert McCrum. Published: 8 Dec 2014. The 100 best novels: No 64 – At Swim-Two-Birds by Flann O’Brien (1939). Live Better: health and wellbeing Why I lov. ycling. Nicholas Lezard's paperback of the week: Lesser known gems from an Irish comic master. Published: 17 Sep 2013.
Flann O'Brien is considered a major figure in twentieth century Irish literature. Flann O'Brien novels have attracted a wide following for their bizarre humour and Modernist metafiction. The café and shop of Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich (ww. ulturlann. ie), at the heart of the Belfast Gaeltacht Quarter, is named An Ceathrú Póilí ("The Fourth Policeman"), as a play-on-words of the title of O'Brien's book The Third Policeman. Books by Flann O'Brien. Mor. rivia About The Dalkey Archive.