2 edition of autobiography of a Liverpool Irish slummy found in the catalog.
autobiography of a Liverpool Irish slummy
|Other titles||A liverpool Irish slummy.|
|Statement||by Pat O"Mara ...|
|LC Classifications||PS3529.M37 Z5 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 3-307 p.|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||33018235|
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"The Autobiography of a Liverpool Irish Slummy" is a classic tale of working class life in Liverpool at the turn of the twentieth century. Born, ininto abject poverty in the slums of the city's south docks, 4/5(12).
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Abstract. Born in a Liverpool slum tenement to a first-generation Irish mother and a third-generation Irish father, Pat O’Mara (–) grew up in a multiethnic melting-pot, surrounded by ‘Negroes, Cited by: 7. Get print book. No eBook available.
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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors:. The Autobiography of a Liverpool Slummy – Zoe Handley “Cob Hall was a big, first-floor room at the corner of Slater and Leece streets where, every Sunday evening at half-past six, “Gypsy” Smith and.
The nearest book I can compare it with is Angela's Ashes. "Slummy" is far better than Angela's Ashes and if you liked the latter, you will love "Slummy". In particular I empathise with it because I come from /5. The Autobiography of a Liverpool Slummy is a fascinating picture of Liverpool life in the early years of this century.
Born into abject poverty in one of the city's worst slums, Pat O'Mara chronicles a tough. The author of TAXI HEAVEN tells here the story of his own boyhood.
Stark realism against the setting on a Liverpool slum, where starvation, pauperism, illness, immorality, drunkenness, wife boating make a. Autobiography of a Liverpool Irish Slummy by O'Mara, Pat and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 'The Literature of the Irish in Britain is an invaluable work of reclamation, doing scholarly justice to the large body of writing by Irish men and women who emigrated to the neighbouring island over the centuries.
The Autobiography of a Liverpool Irish Slummy Pages Harte, Liam. Book. Define slummy. slummy synonyms, slummy pronunciation, slummy translation, English dictionary definition of slummy. The book, written years ago, is called the Autobiography of a Liverpool.
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