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Hogans Goat by William Alfred
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Hogans Goat (edition 1966)

by William Alfred

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A television production of the William Alfred play that revolves around the tensions in a marriage of a convent-bred woman to an Irish immigrant whose years of political loyalty have finally made him the prime candidate for mayor of Brooklyn.
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Title:Hogans Goat
Authors:William Alfred
Info:Noonday (1966), Paperback
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