Tumbling in the Hay

Tumbling in the Hay

Author: Oliver St. John Gogarty

Publisher: Classic Irish Fiction

ISBN: 0862784727

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 326

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The young Gogarty, medical student, amateur cyclist, philosopher and lover of good conversation, enjoyed a rowdy, exuberant lifestyle in Dublin in the early 1900s. In this lightly disguised autobiography he gives an intriguing account of the regular round of pubs, pawnshops and bawdy houses of the city, interrupted briefly by the serious business of anatomy exams. His enthusiasm, ready wit and keen observation capture the characters and manners of the city and of the period in an entertaining and highly readable story.
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