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FAIRY TALE OF NEW YORK, A

by Donleavy, J. P

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Dell Publishing New York. Paperback. Good/False. . Paperback False

Synopsis

A Fairy Tale of New York is a novel by Irish American author J. P. Donleavy, published in 1973. The plot concerns Irish-American Cornelius Christian's return to New York after studying in Ireland. The novel was based around Donleavy's earlier work Fairy Tales of New York, a successful stage play published in 1961.

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Title
FAIRY TALE OF NEW YORK, A
Author
Donleavy, J. P
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Paperback
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Used - Good
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1
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Dell Publishing New York
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