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As I Was Going Down Sackville Street Gogarty Was A Leading Figure In The Irish Literary Renaissance Of The Early Twentieth Century Whose Legendary Wit And Skills As A Raconteur Outshone His Considerable Accomplishments As A Writer And Poet.Witty, Eccentric And Vastly Entertaining, This Is Gogarty S Second And Best Known Autobiographical Book Written With Passion And Keen Observation, It Paints A Vivid Portrait Of Dublin In The 1920s It Is Peopled With An Extraordinary Cast Of Characters From The Cultural And Political Life Of The Time Who Were Gogarty S Personal Friends W B Yeats, James Joyce, George Moore, William Orpen, Lady Lavery, Augustus John, Arthur Griffith, Tim Healy And Michael Collins.

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  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • As I Was Going Down Sackville Street
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty
  • English
  • 20 August 2017
  • 0862783941

10 thoughts on “As I Was Going Down Sackville Street


  1. says:

    The first chapter was so puzzling that I began to despair Gogarty knew Joyce, and I feared this memoir would be a disjointed mess, based on that knowledge and the first chapter Whatever went on, it stopped, and the story pulls itself together to become readable and entertaining and educational Gogarty was firmly in the Collins camp and knew Collins well enough to hide him on occasion The book doesn t just name drop, there are traces of evaluating the life, and the intersection of the literar The first chapter was so puzzling that I began to despair Gogarty knew Joyce, and I feared this memoir would be a disjointed mess, based on that knowledge and the first chapter Whatever went on, it stopped, and the story pulls itself together to become readable and entertaining and educational Gogarty was firmly in the Collins camp and kne...


  2. says:

    Anecdotes on Evan Morgan by his contemporaries. As I Was Going Down Sackville Street Oliver St John GogartyPublisher Reynal Hitchcock, New YorkPublication Date 1937..or find them in the books on Evan WilliamPCross


  3. says:

    An interesting book Background knowledge of revolutionary Ireland in the early twenties is required to make sense of it all Gogarty tries too hard to show his erudition and his ponderous prose is interspersed with tiresome name dropping, bits of poetry and latin quotations Chapter twenty two contains a description of a drinking session with James Joyce in the snug of the The Bleeding Horse pub in Camden Street, Dublin and describes how Joyce slipped away to make notes of the witty exchanges An interesting book Background knowledge of revolutionary Ireland in the early twenties is required to make sense of it all Gogarty tries too hard to show his erudition and his ponderous prose is interspersed with tiresome name dropping, bits of poetry and latin quotations Chapter twenty two contains a description of a drinking session with James Joyce i...

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