Before she was a Mammy, before she had Chisellers, and before they made her a Granny, Agnes Browne was Agnes Reddin, a young girl-or a Young Wan- growing up in the Jarro in Dublin. Brendan O'Carroll takes readers back to the heart of working-class Dublin, this time in the 1940s. Together with her soon to be lifelong best friend Marion Delany, young Agnes manages to survive the indignities and dem...
Series: Agnes Browne Series
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Plume; Reprint edition (January 27, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.6 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 210103
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THE YOUNG WANMy sister has been wanting me to read this series and I am so glad that she was insistent. I have found a new author whose work I enjoy immensely -- Brendan O'Carroll.This book precedes the other O'Carroll books, an introduction of sort...
holic school, the unwanted births of siblings, days spent in the factories and markets, and nights in the dance hall as rock-and-roll invades Dublin.But on the eve of her wedding night, the Jarro is alive with gossip—will Agnes be turned away at the altar? For the whole parish knows Agnes's not-so-well-kept secret. And with a mother falling further into dementia, and a younger sister turning to a life of crime, it's up to Agnes alone to keep her splintering family together, while trying to create one of her own.Filled with O'Carroll's trademark wicked wit and loving, larger-than-life characters, The Young Wan shows the hardscrabble beginnings of the ultimate Irish mother and family.