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Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien (Irish Literature)

by Flann O'Brien

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Wonderful collection of short stories and pieces, including one about two taxidermists, Kelly and Murphy. Kelly kills Murphy and gets into his skin which fuses on his body. He is sentenced to death for killing himself. ( )
  jon1lambert | Dec 14, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156478889X, Paperback)

A welcome gift for every Flann O’Brien fan, this collection at last assembles his short fiction—including a final, incomplete novel, and other never-before-published pieces—into a single volume.   

This riotous collection at last gathers together an expansive selection of Flann O’Brien’s shorter fiction in a single volume,  as well as O’Brien’s last and unfinished novel, Slattery’s Sago Saga. Also included are new translations of several stories originally published in Irish, and other rare pieces. With some of these stories appearing here in book form for the very first time, and others previously unavailable for decades, Short Fiction
 is a welcome gift for every Flann O’Brien fan worldwide. 

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Presents a collection of short stories and part of an unfinished novel by the Irish writer. 5 of the stories have been translated from Irish.

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