5 edition of The secret world of the Irish male found in the catalog.
The secret world of the Irish male
Originally published: Ireland : New Island Books, 1994.
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The Secret World Of The Irish Male book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The author of Desperadoes and Cowboys and Indian /5. "The Secret World of the Irish Male" is a series of first person stories and observations about O'Conner's life, many written (and previously published) while a news reporter and columnist.
It includes the years he spent as an Irishman in London, along with his series about joining an Irish tour group when Ireland was in the World Cup in 5/5(1). "The Secret World of the Irish Male" is a series of first person stories and observations about O'Conner's life, many written (and previously published) while a news reporter and columnist.
It includes the years he spent as an Irishman in London, along with his series about joining an Irish tour group when Ireland was in the World Cup in Cited by: 1. The secret world of the Irish male. [Joseph O'Connor] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph O'Connor.
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$ The author of "Desperadoes" and "Cowboys and Indians" directs his acid humour upon contemporary Irish life at home and abroad. The result is a headlong, love-struck, end-of-millenium, coast-to-coast tour of the frustrations, contraditions and giddying glories of being Irish in the : "The Secret World of the Irish Male" is a series of first person stories and observations about O'Conner's life, many written (and previously published) while a news reporter and columnist.
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New Island, € First published ten years ago, 'The Secret World of the Irish Male' is part one of the Irish Male trilogy by Joseph O'Connor, elder brother of the famous - and sometimes 8/ The Irish Male at Home and Abroad is the hilarious sequel to Joe O'Connor's bestseller The Secret World of the Irish Male.
From flirting lessons in downtown Manhattan to being offered a good ride in Disneyland by the now legendary Wanda, it was a long, strange and hilarious trip/5. The Book Club Click to join in the discussion about this month's book, Harvesting by Lisa Harding Atlantic Podcast A three-part series exploring the mystery of Peter Bergmann - the man who came to.
Joseph Victor O'Connor is an Irish novelist. His historical novel Star of the Sea was an international number one bestseller. Before success as an author, he was a journalist with the Sunday Tribune newspaper and Esquire magazine.
He is a regular contributor to Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) and a member of the Irish artists' association : 20 September (age 56), Dublin, County.
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