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Agnes Owens

the story of an Irish lassie

by Mileham Leon O"Harra

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Published by Davidson Printing House in Carthage, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mileham L. O"Harra and Nellie S. O"Harra
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25293718M
    OCLC/WorldCa13515484

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    This story is first because earliest written, though eventually published in Agnes Owens' second book, Lean Tales Gentlemen of the West () Thirteen stories. Agnes Owens (Author) Agnes Owens has been married twice and raised seven children, and has also worked as a cleaner, typist and factory worker. Her books include People Like That and For the Love of Willie, which was shortlisted for the Stakis Prize.

    “Don’t Call Me” is Agnes Owens’ complete life work in short stories – everything from “Gentlemen of the West”, “Lean Tales”, “People Like That” and 14 brand new unpublished stories. Witty and dark, Owens’ spare prose shocks and delights. Her talent for pithy, unsettling tales is as sharp as ever, confirming her place as one [ ]. Buy Agnes Owens: The Complete Short Stories by Agnes Owens online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.


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Agnes Owens was a Scottish author. She was born in Milngavie in and spent most of her life on the west coast of Scotland.

She has been married twice and raised seven children, also working as a cleaner, typist and factory worker/5. Agnes Owens has 11 books on Goodreads with ratings. Agnes Owens’s most popular book is The Complete Short Stories.

Agnes Owens has been married twice and raised seven children, and has worked as a cleaner, typist and factory worker. Her books include People Like That and For the Love of Willie, which was shortlisted for the Stakis Prize.5/5(5).

The complete life work of Agnes Owens in short stories - everything from Gentlemen of the West, Lean Tales, People Like That and Agnes Owens book brand new unpublished stories. Witty and dark, Owens spare prose shocks and delights.

Her talent for pithy, unsettling tales is as sharp as ever, confirming her place as one of Scotlands finest contemporary writers.4/5. Agnes Owens book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

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Her books include People Like That and For the Love of Willie, which was shortlisted for the Stakis Prize/5(11). Agnes Owens: The Complete Short Stories - Kindle edition by Agnes Owens, Liz Lochhead.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Agnes Owens. Introduction / Liz Lochhead -- Arabella () -- This story is first because earliest written, though eventually published in Agnes Owens' second book, Lean Tales -- Gentlemen of the West () -- Thirteen stories.

Agnes Owens. likes. Dedicated to the written works, articles, reviews of Scottish writer Agnes Owens The page is administered by her son John CrosbieFollowers: This complete collection of Agnes Owens’ five novellas opens with “Like Birds in the Wilderness”, a portrait of brickie Mac.

He’s a straightforward guy with a talent for laying bricks and a liking for the drink who decides to head to the oil-rich north to seek his fortune. “A Working Mother” is a wildly entertaining [ ]. item 4 Bad Attitudes: Two Novellas by Owens, Agnes Paperback Book The Fast Free - Bad Attitudes: Two Novellas by Owens, Agnes Paperback Book The Fast Free.

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Bad Attitudes by Agnes Owens pp, Bloomsbury, £ From her first novel, Gentlemen of the West (), to her most recent, For the Love of Willie (), Agnes Owens's hallmarks have been a Author: Guardian Staff. Bad Attitudes is a wickedly dark tale of Scottish council housing and murder.

This first of two novellas also boasts a missing person, a lethally nosy neighbour, an extra-marital affair, a lusty councillor and a new housing law for tinkers. Who but Agnes Owens could concoct such a delicious brew of dour hilarity and then follow it with an unforgettable party?

In Jen's Party. The Lighthouse by Agnes Owens In this short story, a beach is full of threats and dangers. Megan wants to go to the lighthouse, but her younger brother Bobby does not.

She warns him that a monster.Agnes Owens’ work has been recognised by reviewers. Beryl Bainbridge, the only English writer who compares with her, called A Working Mother “A remarkable book, funny and sinister.” When Lean Tales by Kelman, Owens and Gray was published in paperback the Irish Times asked why so little had recently been heard of Agnes Owens, because.