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by Roddy Doyle,Ron Van Moppes

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ISBN:
9038813686
Author:
Roddy Doyle,Ron Van Moppes
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
Dutch
Publisher:
Nijgh & Van Ditmar (1994)
Pages:
205 pages
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1307 kb
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1281 kb
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1996 kb
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Rating:
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The Snapper (1990) is a novel by Irish writer Roddy Doyle and the second novel in The Barrytown Trilogy.

The Snapper (1990) is a novel by Irish writer Roddy Doyle and the second novel in The Barrytown Trilogy. The plot revolves around unmarried Sharon Rabbitte's pregnancy, and the unexpected effects this has on her conservative, working class Dublin family. In the Rabbite household, unwed motherhood isn't the disaster it might be elsewhere.

Roddy Doyle is an internationally bestselling writer

Roddy Doyle is an internationally bestselling writer. He is also the author of the novels Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (1993 Booker Prize winner), The Woman Who Walked Into Doors, A Star Called Henry, and Oh, Play That Thing, and a nonfiction book about his parents, Rory & Ita.

De Bastaard - The Snapper. ISBN 9789038813684 (978-90-388-1368-4) Softcover, Nijgh & Van Ditmar, 1994. Find signed collectible books: 'De Bastaard - The Snapper'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

The lazy little bastard. Annyway, Jimmy, he said. Compadre mio. How many bambinos have yeh got that are goin’ to school.

Roddy Doyle's fabulous sequel to the New York Times best seller THE GIGGLER TREATMENT. Booker Prize winning author Roddy Doyle is rude, silly and infectiously funny in this book for children. now in paperback! Rudolph the reindeer is being a pain. He only has to work one day a year and what does he do? He calls in sick! Enter Rover, the only dog with th. The Van (The Barrytown Trilogy, by Roddy Doyle. Jimmy Rabbitte, Sr. is unemployed, spending his days alone and miserable. The Gigglers are magical pranksters who exact appropriate revenge on adults who have been mean to children.

Thursday, February 14, 2013. The Snapper by Roddy Doyle. There are three interrelated groups in The Snapper. The Snapper by Roddy Doyle (1992, 224 pages). I was very happy when one of my Christmas presents was The Barrytown Trilogy by Roddy Doyle. So far I have read six novels by Dolye including the first book in the trilogy, The Commitments. I really like his work, obviously, and it gives me a real, I hope, feel for Ireland and the rhythms of Hiberno-English. The first one is the Rabbitte family, father and mother, Jimmy Jr and younger children. Of course it is a very emotional moment when Sharon tells her parents she is pregnant, made worse by her refusing to name the father.

Writes in dialect, though, so not for everyone. If you like Irish humor, get the Barrytown Trilogy instead (which includes The Commitments and The Van, in addition).

Twenty-year-old Sharon Rabbitte is pregnant. Writes in dialect, though, so not for everyone.

Les was nearly crying.

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Summary In Roddy Doyle's novel, Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, young Patrick . Doyle, author of The Commitments, The Snapper, and The Van, starts off his novel with we were coming down our road

Summary In Roddy Doyle's novel, Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, young Patrick is so distressed over his parents' fighting with each other that he stays up al. Doyle has captured the mind and thoughts, worries and happy moments of this young boy in a most astonishing way. It makes me wonder if it really isn’t at least a half autobiographical book. Doyle, author of The Commitments, The Snapper, and The Van, starts off his novel with we were coming down our road. There’s the faintest echo of a tale told by another Irish child, in which the moscow comes down along the road to baby tuck oo.

Dutch translation of Doyle's "The Snapper".