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by James Ryan

eBook South of the Border download ISBN: 1843511347
Author: James Ryan
Publisher: Lilliput Pr Ltd (December 31, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 233
ePub: 1643 kb
Fb2: 1217 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

A fast read with true to life descriptions of the characters and plot. A must read for the millennial with a love for the west. This is an excellent read with vivid descriptions of the Old West.

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James Ryan is a native of Rathdowney, Co. Laois and graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. He is a writer and university lecturer at the School of English and Drama, University College Dublin. His previous novels include Home from England (1995), Dismantling Mr Doyle (1997) and Seeds of Doubt (2001).

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The year is 1942, and young Balbriggan teacher Matt Duggan takes up a job in the small town of Rathisland

The year is 1942, and young Balbriggan teacher Matt Duggan takes up a job in the small town of Rathisland. War is in the air, romance is on the wing with the skittish Madeleine, rehearsals are in progress for a local staging of Hamlet, and lawn tennis alternates with Church and classroom politics in the sedentary midlands.

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In 2008 an Absolut Vodka ad showing a map of Mexico stirred outrage in America: Was Absolut calling for Mexico to conquer the . In fact, this is what North America looked like c. 1847: Library of Congress. Greenberg argues in her recent book, "A Wicked War," that the war was engineered by President James Polk. James K. Polk went to Congress and said American blood had been shed on American soil, but almost nobody except Americans claimed that the land where the blood was shed was actually American soil," Greenberg said.

Deborah and James Fallows. The Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, a branch of the New York Public Library system, is in the Flatiron district of Manhattan. A journey into the heart of America. suburbs in northern Virginia and the military-based economy of Norfolk and the Tidewater-we were reminded of the problems cities had even when those factories were up and running.

The year is 1942, and young Balbriggan teacher Matt Duggan takes up a job in the small town of Rathisland, Ireland. His leisured parochial world detonates when a German Stuka crash-lands in the local bog and pilot Josef is sheltered by local Nazi sympathizers before being turned in by whistle-blower Matt, who'd found his love interest canoodling with the manly Kraut. The prisoner's death in captivity impels Madeleine's flight to England and Matt's emotional growth. ""A mesmerizing sotyr of first love during the Second World War and its far-reaching consequences."" Irish America Magazine ""Ryan interrogates the period with delicacy, and moves towars a nuanced conclusion.""-Irish Literary Supplement