RoryIta

RoryIta Best Download || [Roddy Doyle] RoryIta Best Download || [Roddy Doyle] - RoryIta, RoryIta Ita Doyle In all my life I have lived in two houses had two jobs and one husband I m a very interesting person Rory Ita Roddy Doyle s first non fiction book tells largely in their own words the st

  • Title: RoryIta
  • Author: Roddy Doyle
  • ISBN: 9780099449225
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback

RoryIta Best Download || [Roddy Doyle] - RoryIta, RoryIta Ita Doyle In all my life I have lived in two houses had two jobs and one husband I m a very interesting person Rory Ita Roddy Doyle s first non fiction book tells largely in their own words the st

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  1. An interesting story about two people who grew up in Dublin in days gone by Interesting to see what childhood and young adulthood were like, and then what average married life was life.


  2. These are a very cordial 3 stars I liked this book a lot but the fact of it being a near verbatim memoir meant that it didn t have a great arc or drive or anything that made it a fantastic book Further, the life of a regular lady and guy over the course of 20th century Ireland is not a subject that appeals to every reader but it does to me.I thought it was great, without trying to do too much or encylopedically covering everything or really universalizing anything at all Roddy Doyle sat down wit [...]


  3. The story of the lives of Rory and Ita Doyle born in Ireland of 1920s, and parents of Roddy Doyle This book is very different from Roddy Doyle s other books In fact this book is Rory and Ita s book than Roddy s, since most of the book is told in Rory and Ita s own words, which makes the style different to Roddy Doyle s other books Unfortunately this results in that the characters of Rory and Ita sometimes seem quite distant The book gives a good picture of what life in Ireland was like in the l [...]


  4. Roddy Doyle shares his folks stories from the time they lived as children in their respective Irish villages near Dublin, until retirement and memories rule the day Much of their upbringing and adult life is similar to the changes in America during the same century, the 20th What was strikingly different were the experiences of the Irish during WWII who didn t mind seeing the British brought down a peg by their war with the Germans and the experiences of the Yanks who came to Britain s rescue An [...]


  5. This is the stroy of Rory and Ita, the parents of Roddy Doyle The tales of life in Ireland pre and post war The hardships, the way of life, are described using the colloquialisms of those who lived it in Ireland It is as if I am sitting listening to my own grandparents tell their tales I wish I had taken notes so I too, could share their experiences I loved this snapshot of history and their lives.


  6. My grandfather lent me this book a long time ago I read a few chapters and kept putting it down and forgetting about it I finally finished this story about Rory and Ita Doyle from Ireland I really enjoyed he last half when they talked about their lives together and the way things changed as their children grew up I am not sure if they are still alive, not likely, however I am glad I go to read about their lives.


  7. La storia della propria famiglia sempre interessante ma lo stile narrativo deve essere chiaro L elenco di nomi, di luoghi, di parenti e di oggetti accostati in modo casuale e senza alcun obiettivo rendono questo libro una storia forse gradevole da raccontare nell intimit della propria casa ai propri nipoti Di certo non da pubblicare


  8. There s the saying, If you like the author you don t ever want to meet him It ll completely change the way you see him Generally if they write a book about themselves I might just read it to get further insight If they write a book about their parents I d skip it Boring And a subject I m not even interested in.


  9. Un libro delizioso direi non memorabile ma necessario Si narra la storia dei genitori di Roddy Doyle.L Irlanda che poi avrei ritrovato viaggiando, o i paesaggi e le case in altri scrittori irlandesi.In realt come raccontare la vita di molti noi.


  10. a bit indulgent and probably fascinating to Rory and Ita s son, Roddy Doyle, less fascinating to me, but interesting nonetheless, their lifetimes growing up, raising children and moving with the times in 20th century Dublin


  11. A kind of biography of Roddy Doyle s parents, I ve heard some people describe it as boring and admittedly there no great adventure or anything but I thought the story of two average everyday peoples lives was pretty interesting.


  12. The memoir of Roddy Doyle s parents finds the unusual in the ordinary A simple, straightforward life or lives depicted in alternating chapters, grows interesting and ends up as very satisfying, just as the subjects themselves seem satisfied with the fullness of their lives.


  13. I loved it Each anecdote related by Rory and Ita triggered memories of my own Bad memories, when dwelt upon, can only make you bitter Bitterness is no good for man or beast Ita p338







  14. A look at life in Ireland, from Rory and Ita s childhood, through early jobs, courtship, marriage and family Roddy Doyle s fictional characters are much edgy, maddening, and wild.


  15. I loved reading the everyday lives of Irishpeople as they witnessed social change in the twentieth century Rory and Ita are delightful people I wish I had known and reminded me of my grandparents.