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John Brendan Keane
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Moll is a hilarious and highly successful comedy about life in an Irish country presbytery. 'When a presbytery gets a new housekeeper it becomes like a country that gets a change of government, or like a family that gets a new stepmother’. Moll Kettle would work for no less than a canon for, in her own words, ‘Tis hard to come back to the plain black and white when one is ...more
Published January 1st 1991 by Mercier Press
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Mhartain O'Treasaigh
May 08, 2015 Mhartain O'Treasaigh rated it really liked it
Absolutely funny, the priests being starved to raise money, and then the scam between Moll and the cannon, She certainly was not stupid as the cannon had the wool pulled over his eyes hello parish funds, the priests could see what's going on and Moll put fear into them. By starving them.
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