A Dublin Girl: Growing Up in the 1930s

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When Elaine Crowley was growing up, her mother had two wishes--to be out of debt and to have a private house instead of the one-room the family lives in over a shop. Elaine is an observer of their life, including her father's infidelity and her mother's effort to end the affair. Elaine gets her first job at 14 and finally, ironically, both her mother's wishes come true. This moving memoir has been a number one bestseller in Ireland.

Dublin Girl: Growing Up in the 1930s 2003, Soho Press

ISBN-13: 9781569471371

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A Dublin Girl: Growing Up in the 1930s 1998, Soho Press

ISBN-13: 9781569471128

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