The Mammy

The Mammy

Brendan O'Carroll

"Mammy" is what Irish kids name their moms and The Mammy is Agnes Browne--a widow suffering to elevate seven teenagers in a North Dublin local within the Nineteen Sixties. renowned Irish comic Brendan O'Carroll chronicles the comedian misadventures of this huge and energetic relations with uncooked humor and nice affection. compelled to be mom, father, and referee to her combating extended family, the ever-resourceful Agnes Browne sometimes unearths a spare second to alternate gossip and quips along with her most sensible buddy Marion clergymen (alias "The Kaiser") or even unearths herself pursued by way of the amorous Frenchman who runs the neighborhood pizza parlor.

Like the novels of Roddy Doyle, The Mammy good points pitch-perfect discussion, lightning wit, and a number of colourful characters. Earthy and exuberant, the unconventional brilliantly captures the brash power and joyful irreverence of working-class Irish life.

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