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Hardback, slight foxing to outer edges of text block but otherwise in Very Good condition, dustwrapper, slight chipping and marking but otherwise in Very Good condition. First edition, pp 351. Man-of-no-work but of many wiles, Thomas James O'Doran (without the Esquire), Thomasheen James to his intimates, is one of the most engaging and amusing vagabonds that ever came out of Wicklow. In his own language, so rich in humorous turns and racy expletives, if you meet him wance you are not likely to disremimber him twice. Thomasheen James's fund of anecdote and adventure isas unexhaustible as his thirst, as quaint and irresistible as his wooing of Peg Kate, and once more Maurice Walsh proves himself a master hand both at drawing and at drawing out the incorrigible yet captivating characters of the open road. S23.
Title: Thomasheen James: Man of No Work.
Edition: 1st Edition
Publisher: Chambers, 1941.: 1941
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
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