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by Lee Dunne

  • Author: Lee Dunne
  • ISBN: 0717131106
  • ISBN13: 978-0717131105
  • ePub: 1127 kb | FB2: 1703 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 212
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He recalls the dismal "graveyard with lights" that was Dublin in the fifties. The escape from the grind of daily life came in the pub - and most of all in the dance halls

Select Format: Paperback. He recalls the dismal "graveyard with lights" that was Dublin in the fifties. The escape from the grind of daily life came in the pub - and most of all in the dance halls. At 17, he was "on the mail boat for England and the world". The next 15 years were spent in Jersey, back in Ireland as a fit-up actor, as a ship's steward as far away as New Zealand, and in London driving a taxi.

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Later that year, it was released as a book by D. Appleton & Company. It won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, making Wharton the first woman to win the prize.

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A Bed in the sticks, Lee Dunne's sequel to Goodbye to the Hill opens with the hero, Paddy Maguire returning to. .This is a rich novel, narrated by young Paddy Maguire, of his life growing into young adulthood in a Dublin slum of the late 1930s and 40s Ireland.

A Bed in the sticks, Lee Dunne's sequel to Goodbye to the Hill opens with the hero, Paddy Maguire returning to Ireland after a short and dismal sojourn to England. He is bowed but undeaten and with his usual optimism embarks on an exploration of stage craft with a touring theatrical company as it winds its way through the small towns of 1950s rural Ireland. Paddy's theatrics on and off the stage, make for a warm, funny and insightful perspective on the times and the growing pains of a man/boy.

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In Ireland, Goodbye to the Hill was a cause celebre of the time because of its explicit sexual content and its honest portrayal of the other side of leafy Rathmines – the squalor and poverty of the tenements of the Hill Lee Dunne has rejoiced in the title of the most banned author in Ireland, starting with his novel Paddy Maguire is Dead, chronicling. the spiraling decent into alcoholism of its eponymous character and his redemption.

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He recalls the dismal "graveyard with lights" that was Dublin in the fifties. The escape from the grind of daily life came in the pub - and most of all in the dance halls. At 17, he was "on the mail boat for England and the world". The next 15 years were spent in Jersey, back in Ireland as a fit-up actor, as a ship's steward as far away as New Zealand, and in London driving a taxi. All the time he was writing. His big break came with "Goodbye to the Hill" in 1965. Suddenly he was famous, and famously drunk. Lee Dunne was an alcoholic. Just when he had it made, things began falling apart. His marriage collapsed, life spun out of control. And then came the moment of rescue - the moment where this book ends. Packed into these 35 years are adventure, lust for life, love, success and near collapse. Back from the edge Lee Dunne went on to write more plays and books and over 2000 radio shows. But that is another story.