Padraic Breathanch is representative of a generation of writers in Irish bridging two worlds. He is glorious and unmatched in his depiction of decay, the decay of social, cultural and moral fabrics, of landscape and of mind gone to seed.Ia#39;d take a short cut to the school where my car was parked. ... Heck, this is my brother Andya#39;s house, strange I didna#39;t recognise it. I didna#39;t ... What a farce, how childish of him, a well- off city architect bothering with some petty local competition.
|Title||:||March Hare and Other Stories|
|Publisher||:||Clo Iar-Chonnacht - 1994|