Harry Crosbie Undernose Farm: Revisited


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In this slim, attractive collection of short stories, Harry Crosbie colourfully describes life in Dublin in the 1960s. These funny and poignant pieces are told from the perspective of a teenage boy working in Dublin's docklands and illuminate an older Dublin that will be familiar to many readers. Written during the lockdown of 2020, Crosbie writes from the heart and will charm and delight with tales of docklands life.

About the Author

Harry Crosbie is a property developer from Dublin, well-known for the development of arts venues such as the 3Arena, Vicar Street and the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. This is his first book.

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'These wonderfully direct and vivid tales catch the essence of Dublin life half a century ago. They are by turns rambunctious and touching, clear-eyed and accepting, warm though never sentimental, and frequently hilarious. Harry Crosbie has done his native city, and its natives, more than proud.'
- John Banville

'It'd be self-congratulating to say that if Crosbie-the-writer didn't exist, we'd have to invent him. It'd also be hopeless, because we couldn't do it. We couldn't manufacture a writer who knows all the weird, grainy and hilarious stuff Crosbie knows, & magically combine that with the civilized urge to set it all down for others' delectation. Mark Twain was that sort of writer. Ring Lardner was. Nelson Algren. It's heartening to know Crosbie's is not yet a dying art.'
- Richard Ford


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