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 Title:  English that for me and Your humble servant : Two nights of storytelling
  Author:  Kelly, Eamon
  Publisher:  Mercier Press
  Place of Publication:  Cork
  Date of Publication:  1990
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  Publication Number:  ISBN 0853429367
  Number of Pages:  139 p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  8 in.
  Contents:  English that for me: The king of lies -- My uncle's father-in-law's father -- My taggle-ee-oney -- The jennet -- Sprid an Tobac -- Clever dogs -- The woman that went to Hell -- Tóg Bog É! -- The Golaun's -- Dean Swift and his serving man -- I am a young fellow -- Eoghan Rua ÓSúilleabháin finds an English-speaking son-in-law for a wealthy farmer -- The man that never slept -- Nora Dan ; Your humble servant: Johnny Curtin -- The hiring fairs -- The young woman's denial -- Two fierce lies -- Small Michael and the major -- The bicycle -- The Singapore policeman -- Padden -- The cat and the splinter -- The Tay-man -- The Connaughtman's story -- Filling the firkins -- Kate from Baltimore -- The apprenticed doctor
  Notes:  Includes introductions by Erik Pierstorff and Dáithí ÓhÓgáin. Includes a glossary of words and phrases. "English that for me was written for the stage by Eamon Kelly and first presented at the Peacock Theatre on 30 June 1980. It was directed by Michael Colgan." "Your humble servant was written for the stage by Eamon Kelly and first presented by The Abbey Theatre at the Peacock Theatre on 17 August 1983. It was directed by Raymond Yeates."
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
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  Subject - Genre:  Drama