USED, VERY GOOD, NOT EX-LIBRARY, note on FEP, 1st edition, 109 pages. His townland of Brackile in East Limerick was of no great historical significance. His family was famous for nothing. His lifestyle, as a youth, determined that he drank water from the river. But James Kennedy, the author of this book, has the perception and the humour to make life on his father's ten acres, almost fifty years ago, seem transcendent, to make the values of his people seem eternal and to make his readers wish that they could live throughout that period all over again. The Ireland of this book has disappeared forever-and it has happened in the lifetime of James Kennedy. He was born in 1934 and now lives in Lucan, Co. Dublin.
Very Good. 109 pgs., inscription and signature from author on title pg., pictorial paperback w/ purple lettering, light shelf wear on cover edges and corner, yellow page edges, Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975!
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