Ireland: Banana Republic
By H.B Boylan II
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Published: May 31, 2012
Words: 69,948 (approximate)
This work of satirical fiction gives a very astute description of the relationship between an Irish government, Irish media and the country's judicial system and how all three often band together to crush anyone refusing to toe the line (nurses, teachers, travellers, soldiers, taxi drivers, immigrants etc. etc. etc).
A clear-cut account of Irish "Politics" since the foundation of modern Ireland:
This work of satirical fiction gives a very astute description of the relationship between an Irish government, Irish media and the country's judicial system and how all three often band together to crush anyone refusing to toe the line.
With flawless elegance and sharp perceptive humour, Boylan has created a fine feast of crafty characters that excel at what they do best - conspire. Here in this clever account of Irish politics the reader is constantly moved to smiling amusedly. A taxi driver, (Joe Le) a taoiseach, (Marilyn O'Horny) a tánaiste (Murty O'Horn) and a host of other colourful characters have been skilfully culled mainly from the Irish political circus to form a setting for great mimicry and frolic (guaranteed to titillate).
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