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The Comedian, 2000
12016-02-29T14:19:30-08:00Casey Max6394a90cb82849383c863cc9440fee0e37b83d1882206Other Work 9plain2016-03-14T13:28:45-07:00Casey Max6394a90cb82849383c863cc9440fee0e37b83d18“The Comedian” is a novella written by O’Connor which was published in the Open Door short fiction series run by New Island Books. The story focuses on “the narrator’s memories of his unreliable father,” who was “a Dublin bread-delivery man and part-time comedian” (“The Comedian”).
Work Cited “The Comedian.” Joseph O’Connor. www.josephoconnorauthor.com, n.d. Web. 18 February 2016.
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