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by Sean Kelly

eBook How to Be Irish: (Even if You Already Are) download ISBN: 0375752366
Author: Sean Kelly
Publisher: Villard; 1 edition (February 16, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1975 kb
Fb2: 1638 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Reference
Subcategory: Writing Research and Publishing Guides

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How to have an Irish name How to talk, look, and act Irish How to vote Irish How to have thin skin, a terrible temper, and the . Sean Kelly is Canadian-Irish.

Sean Kelly is Canadian-Irish. He writes for children's television (Noddy and Friends) and is co-author.

How to Be Irish book. Luck has nothing to do with it!Of course you want to be Irish. How to have an Irish name How to talk, look, and act Irish How to vote Irish How to have thin skin, a terrible temper, and the gift of gab. Whether you're proudly Irish, anti-Irish, fallen-away Irish, or would-be Irish-that is to say, if you're a living, breathing human being-How to Be Irish is for you. Learn (to your surprise) who's really Irish and who's only passing! Discover (to your astonishment) your own underground Irish roots! And brace yourself, Bridget, for the shocking (if brief) history of Irish-American sex!.

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How to Be Irish (Even If You Already Are), Sean Kelly and Rosemary Rogers, 1999. The Birthday Book of Saints: Your Powerful Personal Patrons of Every Blessed Day of the Year, Sean Kelly and Rosemary Rogers, 2001. The Saint-a-Day Guide: A Lighthearted but Accurate Compendium, Sean Kelly, 2003.

Includes bibliographical references.

How to be Irish (even if you already are). Includes bibliographical references.

Luck has nothing to do with it! Of course you want to be Irish. But until now, the secrets of how to be Irish have been hidden in a Celtic Twilight of blather and blarney. Look what it did for Daniel Day-Lewis, Sinead, Maeve Binchy, Roddy Doyle, JFK, Seamus Heaney, Angela's Ashes, and all those Riverdancers.

How to Be Irish: Even If You Already Are - Paperback NEW Kelly, Sean 1999-03. How To Be Irish Irland für Anfänger by David Slattery 9783442715367. How to be Irish (Even If You Already Are),Sean Kelly, Rosemary Rogers.

Luck has nothing to do with it!Of course you want to be Irish. Look what it did for Daniel Day-Lewis, Sinead, Maeve Binchy, Roddy Doyle, JFK, Seamus Heaney, Angela's Ashes, and all those Riverdancers. But until now, the secrets of how to be Irish have been hidden in a Celtic Twilight of blather and blarney.        Now this easy-to-read (with plenty o' pictures) handbook dares to tell you:  How to have an Irish name  How to talk, look, and act Irish       How to vote Irish    How to have thin skin, a terrible temper, and the gift of gabWhether you're proudly Irish, anti-Irish, fallen-away Irish, or would-be Irish--that is to say, if you're a living, breathing human being--How to Be Irish is for you.Learn (to your surprise) who's really Irish and who's only passing!        Discover (to your astonishment) your own underground Irish roots!        And brace yourself, Bridget, for the shocking (if brief) history of Irish-American sex!
Comments: (4)
Friert
The other reviewers here seem to be completely oblivious that Sean Kelly was one of the more famous writers/members of National Lampoon Magazine. This book is 100% that same style of humor, so if you aren't into dark, satirical, non-PC humor, you will likely be offended. If you don't mind your nationality being the butt of the joke, though, you might find this very funny indeed.
Prinna
Amusing & fun, for those of us in the US who have some Irish in their blood.

Both the usual jokes, some history, & a few hilarious digs at those of us who take our ancestry too seriously..i.e. the "Stage Irish".

The Hipster gives it a Big Thumbs UP!
Awene
This book paints a picture of a lot of stereotyped "facts". I found it a little offensive and not very funny as it was aiming to be. It has many facts that are wrong. I have read many books about Irish history, the people of Ireland and to that I am also very Irish myself and I would be no means give this book as a gift, take it for fact or read it again. I plan on recycling. That being said if you are looking for an easy read that does have a small amount of humor and don't care about racial stereotyping than its an ok book.
Brol
I thought this book to be general and inaccurate. Very insulting. It ended up in the trash.