Hailed as the new O'Casey by Irish critics in 1958, Behan is now often portrayed as the archetypal Irishman and spectacular drunk. Behind the myth lies the more compelling story of a writer who was never able to fully harness his larger-than-life personality and talent.
|Publisher:||Rinehart, Roberts Publishers, Inc.|
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About the Author
Michael O'Sullivan is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. He is a broadcaster with Ireland's national radio and television station (RTE) and literary editor of the Irish magazine Magill. He lives in Dublin, Ireland.