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by Aubrey Dillon-Malone,Brian Behan

eBook The Brothers Behan download ISBN: 1901658163
Author: Aubrey Dillon-Malone,Brian Behan
Publisher: Ashfield Press (November 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1486 kb
Fb2: 1163 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Dramas and Plays

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The older Brian Behan became, the more he delighted in. .Behan claimed that the Christian Brothers scarred him for life. He collaborated with Aubrey Dillon-Malone to produce a memoir of Brendan, The Brothers Behan (1998)

The older Brian Behan became, the more he delighted in being outrageous, especially about his own family. Thus in 1997, when there was debate about Brendan Behan's sexuality, Brian swiftly came forward with physiological detail. My brother had a strained foreskin," he volunteered, "and had to have an operation in America. On leaving school he served in the Irish Army Construction Corps. He collaborated with Aubrey Dillon-Malone to produce a memoir of Brendan, The Brothers Behan (1998). At Brighton Behan took up nude bathing, not entirely to the satisfaction of the locals.

With Aubrey Dillon-Malone) The Brothers Behan, Ashfield Press (Dublin, Ireland), 1998. Behan is best known for his book Mother of All the Behans: The Autobiography of Kathleen Behan As Told to Brian Behan, first published in 1984. Boots for the Footless, produced in London, England. The Begrudgers, first produced in Dublin, Ireland, at the Dublin Fringe Festival. Brother of All the Behans, first produced in Brighton, England, at the Brighton Fringe Festival. The book is a stylish transcription of his mother's reminiscences about her own troubled childhood, her part in the Irish "Troubles," and her parenting of sons who became celebrated authors.

The Brothers Behan by Brian Behan. With Brendan Behan by Peter Arthurs

Behan had married Beatrice Salkeld (daughter of the painter Cecil Salkeld) in 1955. The Brothers Behan by Brian Behan. With Brendan Behan by Peter Arthurs. The Crazy Life of Brendan Behan: The Rise and Fall of Dublin's Laughing Boy by Frank Gray.

This book, written with the active participation of one of the people who knew the real Brendan Behan best, his brother Brian. A very enjoyable read written by Brendan Behan's own brother, Brian Behan, who is a successful playwright in his own right

This book, written with the active participation of one of the people who knew the real Brendan Behan best, his brother Brian. It aims to cut through the mythology and get to the real Brendan Brehan. A very enjoyable read written by Brendan Behan's own brother, Brian Behan, who is a successful playwright in his own right.

A younger brother of Brendan, the playwright, Brian Behan often complained that his surname was something of an incubus, raising as it did in those who met him expectations of at least eccentric if not downright unruly behaviour

A younger brother of Brendan, the playwright, Brian Behan often complained that his surname was something of an incubus, raising as it did in those who met him expectations of at least eccentric if not downright unruly behaviour. On one occasion he even declared his intention to adopt the name Zapouski - but he managed to resist the temptation. His family name served him well, as his successful and beguiling autobiography of his mother as told to Brian Behan, Mother of All the Behans, published in 1984, and his memoir of Brendan, The Brothers Behan (1998), attest

This book, written with the active participation of one of the people who knew the real Brendan Behan best, his brother Brian. It aims to cut through the mythology and get to the real Brendan Brehan