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Orchard Street Dawn

A fictionalized account of the bittersweet love affair between the famously tortured playw. This was a well written portrait of an immigrant family in America in the 19th century Parts of the story were very moving While I know it is meant to be a short story I do feel the story was too rushed I didn t need to read a novel of the family s whole life but I do think there were parts that could have been better fleshed out A nice free read Fabriuer sa lessive son dentifrice son shampoing ses produits d'entretien know it is meant to be a short story I do feel the story was too rushed I didn t need to read a novel of the family s whole life but I do think there were parts that could have been better fleshed out A nice free read

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An original story from Joseph O’Connor author of the #1 bestseller in Ireland Ghost Light. This is a short 30 page story about a young Irish immigrant family in New York City in the 1870s1880s A time and place that is uniue in it s own ways It depicts the relationship between characters between ethnicities and between races in the savage underbelly Tenement life was not living Abject poor scraping by literally hour to hour in a fight for survival and those conditions were better than what they left in Ireland Shocking To say this was a good story would not right because it s filled with sadness but it does take the reader back in time to a city that was brutal yet on the cusp of greatness

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Right JM Synge and Molly Allgood a talented young actress from Dublin's inner city tenement. This was a very short read It is about a couple who have come from overseas to live in the 1800 s They have the basic struggles of immigrated people and find that the family that they wanted so bad might not be able to happen

  • ebook
  • 32
  • Orchard Street Dawn
  • Joseph OConnor
  • English
  • 16 June 2019
  • 9781466814271

About the Author: Joseph OConnor

Cowboys and Indians short listed for the Whitbread Prize



8 thoughts on “Orchard Street Dawn

  1. says:

    This is a short 30 page story about a young Irish immigrant family in New York City in the 1870s1880s A time and place that is uniue in it's own ways It depicts the relationship between characters between ethnicities and between races in the savage underbelly Tenement life was not living Abject poor scraping by literally hour to hour in a fight for survival and those conditions were better than what they left in Ireland

  2. says:

    This was a very interesting short story The story line is one which not many authors could handle and keep the

  3. says:

    This was a well written portrait of an immigrant family in America in the 19th century Parts of the story were very moving While I know it is meant to be a short story I do feel the story was too rushed I didn't need to read

  4. says:

    This was a free book from BNcom and it comes with an exceprt from Joseph O'Connor's #1 best seller in Ireland G

  5. says:

    Lovely written novella capturing a time and period we mostly have forgotten about The depictions of the families and the people of the time comes across as being so true and so real that you can almost smell the air and feel the dirt beneath their boots

  6. says:

    This was a very short read It is about a couple who have come from overseas to live in the 1800's They have the basic struggles of immigrated people and find that the family that they wanted so bad might not be able to happen

  7. says:

    free nook book

  8. says:

    Heartbreaking and sad but beautifully written

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