This work combines two volumes of memoir "Breakfast the Night
Before" and "Saturday's Child". It offers a personal view of Irish
rural life from the "Economic War" of the 1930s to the farming boom
and recession of the 1970s, and describes the upbringing of a
Protestant only child on a farm near Nenagh in north Tipperary - an
idyll interrupted by school in Dublin during the 1940s. Taking over
on her father's death, working the land and recounting with humour
her dealings from the age of 17, at fairs throughout the country -
Limerick, Kilrush, Cahirmee and Clonmel.
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