The Ginger Man PDF Novel Book Review
The writer J. P. Donleavy write this Engish novel and first published in Paris in 1955. After the book is published it was immediately banned in the United States and Ireland both. The reason for book ban is an obscenity.
Summary of Story
It’s a story of a Sebastian Dangerfield a young student of law. He belongs to a wealthy American family. Drops out from Dublin University law. He drunk and walking on the roads of Dublin. Now he is a squalor and poverty and wants to move London. When novel start Dangerfield is studying in a law college and living in poverty. Living in the rundown house in the Edge of the cliff in Ireland. cliff in Ireland buy all items on credit.
Dangerfield plumbing on toilet pipe over the kitchen and he and Marion fight. He meets women working in a local laundry and they love each other. Dangerfield bored and frustrated from this life and want to go back to the Marion. He decides to move home and he had a big fight with Marion. She wrote his wealthy that how he treats her and her children. Dangerfield’s father sends money to Marion. Marion rent her room to a woman named Lilly and after some day Dangerfield Marion is run away and take all money with her, She has affair with Lilly. Dangerfield then moves to London and meet some old friends. His father died and the aspect that he received a lot of money in inheritance but he gets nothing, He gets money after 20 years. At last, he meets with his old friend who is much rich and he now starts his life by marrying.
J. P. Donleavy
James Patrick Donleavy is the birth name of famous writer J. P. Donleavy. He was born in New York City on 23 April 1926. His best novel is The Ginger Man PDF. and A Fairy Tale of New York. He gets an education from various schools in the United States. He also worked in US Navy during world war II. After the war ended he moved to Ireland.He left Trinity College, Dublin without taking a degree.
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