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Children of the dead end

Patrick MacGill

Children of the dead end

the autobiography of a navvy.

by Patrick MacGill

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Published by Musson in Toronto .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19907491M


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MacGill wrote a memoir-type novel called Children of the Dead End. Legacy. In earlya docu-drama starring Stephen Rea was made about the life of Patrick MacGill, which was released in Ireland in as Child of the Dead End.

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