At Swim-Two-Birds

(from the article `O`Brien, Flann`) O`Brien was educated in Dublin and later became a civil servant while also pursuing his writing career. He is most celebrated for his unusual novel ... ...pen name adopted by Brian O`Nolan, who also used the name Myles na gCopaleen as a columnist for The Irish Times—sent a copy of his first novel...
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At Swim-Two-Birds

At Swim-Two-Birds is a 1939 novel by Irish writer Brian O`Nolan, writing under the pseudonym Flann O`Brien. It is widely considered to be O`Brien`s masterpiece, and one of the most sophisticated examples of metafiction. The novel`s title derives from Snámh dá Én (Middle Ir.: `Swim-Two-Birds`), a ford on the River Shannon, between Clonmac...
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