Handy Andy: A Tale of Irish Life

By: Lover, Samual [Samuel]

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No jacket, no publisher date (address dated 1854), lettering to front board and spine rubbed, bookplate to front paste-down endpaper, pages toned. 489 pp. Andy Rooney was a fellow who had the most singularly ingenious knack of doing everything the wrong way; disappointment waited on all affairs in which he bore a part, and destruction was at his fingers' ends... Samuel Lover (24 February 1797 – 6 July 1868) was an Irish songwriter, composer, novelist, and a painter of portraits, chiefly miniatures.  Lover produced a number of Irish songs, of which several – including The Angel's Whisper, Molly Bawn, and The Four-leaved Shamrock – attained great popularity. He also wrote novels, of which Rory O'Moore (in its first form a ballad), and Handy Andy are the best known, and short Irish sketches which, with his songs, he combined into a popular entertainment called Irish Nights or Irish Evenings. Keywords: SAMUAL SAMUEL LOVER HANDY ANDY TALE IRISH LIFE IRELAND LITERATURE

Title: Handy Andy: A Tale of Irish Life

Author: Lover, Samual [Samuel]

Categories: British & Irish,

Publisher: M.A. Donohue & Co.: 1854

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2203567