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by Michael Farrell
Author: Michael Farrell
Publisher: Arrow Books (1979)
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Michael Farrell (1899 – 1962) was an Irish writer and broadcaster remembered for his posthumous novel Thy Tears Might Cease. He was born in Carlow town to a prosperous Catholic shopkeeper, and educated at Knockbeg College and Blackrock College. He spent time in Mountjoy Prison during the Irish War of Independence and left Trinity College Dublin without graduating. He worked for Radio Éireann and as a journalist.
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Thy Tears Might Cease (Arena Books). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780099319306. Release Date:April 1984.
28 Thy Tears Might Cease, by Michael Farrell, a novel spanning the decade from 1910 to 1920 in Ireland, which has been praised in England. The story of the book is told in an introduction by Monk Gibbon, the poet. The author died in Ireland in 1962. He had finished the first draft of the novel before the outbreak of World War II, but was still perfecting it at the end of his life. Two Roads to Guadalupe, by Robert Lewis Taylor, will be published by Doubleday on Sept
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Thy Tears Might Cease. Thy Tears Might Cease. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. Orphan Martin Matthew Rielly spends his youth moving back and forth between Catholic boarding school and the homes of various members of his extended family, many of whom pass on before he finishes high school.
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This Farrell wrote only one book, spent all his life doing so, told everybody about it incessantly, didn't live long enough to finish it and startled everybody with its excellence when it appeared. The book centres on the 1916 period and addresses the confusion in the minds of young men who have not yet discriminated between the relative importance of patriotism and personal survival. Martin Matthew Reilly is the cherished child of a prosperous household. From: Thy Tears Might Cease in The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature . Subjects: Literature. Related content in Oxford Reference. in The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature Length: 64 words