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Oh, Play That Thing

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – September 2005
He is a handsome man with a sandwich board, behind which he stashes hooch for the speakeasies of the Lower East Side. Furious, wild, happy music played by a man with a trumpet and bleeding lips called Louis Armstrong. Armstrong needs a man, a white man, and the man he chooses is Henry Smart.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780099477655
ISBN-10: 0099477653
Pagini: 384
Dimensiuni: 131 x 199 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.26 kg
Editura: Vintage Publishing
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Roddy Doyle was born in Dublin in 1958. He is the author of nine acclaimed novels including the Barrytown Trilogy, two collections of short stories, Rory & Ita, a memoir about his parents, Two Pints, a collection of dialogues, and most recently, The Guts, which saw the return of Jimmy Rabbitte from The Commitments. He won the Booker Prize in 1993 for Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha.

Recenzii

"The action is fast, the language authentic and earthy... Henry Smart may not be admirable, but he is unforgettable." —The Boston Globe



"The terse, slang-studded rhythms of Doyle’s prose have a striking musicality... A remarkable performance in language. —Chicago Tribune



"Doyle is arguably the finest fiction writer to emerge from Ireland since World War II." —The Denver Post



"Together, [A Star Called Henry and Oh, Play That Thing] constitute one of the most remarkable achievements in recent irish and American literature." —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution