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Edited by Neil Murphy and Keith Hopper. But O'Brien differs from his fellow possessed countrymen in .. For the reasons that Frank O'Connor outlined, the realistic social novel or play was not an option in Ireland—O'Connor himself took refuge in what he saw as the essentially private world of the short story. The Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien. Flann O Brien's work was reassessed in 2011. Jan 14, 2010 - "Fans of modern Irish literature who like their fiction challenging and unbridled worship the holy trinity of James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and Flann O'Brien. Apr 6, 2011 - Flann O'Brien is also known for a handful of novels, commercial flops in their day, but valued highly by many readers, after Graham Greene championed his first novel At Swim-Two-Birds. Nov 2, 2013 - Guttersnipe Bookshelf: Flann O'Brien. Jan 30, 2011 - The Third Policeman, O'Brien's second novel, failed to interest his publisher on the basis of being even more preternaturally “fantastic” than his debut. Although he still remains a mystery, he is one of the finest and funniest His short story “Two in One”, published in 1954, shows how complex his writing was and shows his many disguises as a writer. Sep 17, 2013 - The Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien – review. Mar 3, 2007 - Given the ambiguity of his given name, it is hardly surprising that he created so many others for himself – Flann O'Brien for some of his novels, Myles na gCopaleen (or Gopaleen) for his journalism, and several others (George Knowall, Brother Barnabas) for a variety of purposes But within a very short time it slips into a parallel universe of bewildering strangeness, where time and space dilate and contract, where bizarre events happen to the unsuspecting, where perspective shifts. May 21, 2014 - Roberto Bolaño on Philip K. Translations from the Irish by Jack Fennell. O'Brien's first book, At Swim-Two-Birds, was published in a spectacularly fortuitous turn when Graham Greene, then on the editorial staff of Longman's, deemed it nothing short of brilliant, later saying he read it with the sort of “amusement and the kind of glee one experiences when people smash china on the stage”. May 5, 2012 - Writing under such names as Flann O Brien, Brother Barnabas and Myles na gCopaleen to name a few, Brian O Nuallain was born in Strabane on October 8th 1911 and was better known as Flann O Brien. "And everything Irish … But Flann O'Brien wasn't Irish. Roddy Doyle tells the story of how, when he was a schoolboy, he and his mates would spend whole afternoons quoting Flann O'Brien back and forth at each other – and no other writer. The Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien – review. "All poetry could fuck off," he said. Flann O'Brien was Dublin." That's a heartening story about Doyle, and tells us a lot about his writing.

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