Handy Andy

Handy Andy

Book - 1901
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"Handy Andy is the most enduringly popular of the novels of Samuel Lover, author, artist, and musician. The laughing philosopher of the title is Andy Rooney, a fellow who had "the most singularly ingenious knack of doing everything the wrong way." More than simply a comic novel, it has been described as "a pill to purge melancholy." There is certainly a musicality in the language, combined with the accomplished artist's eye for composition in this wonderful and farcical tale of Irish life."--B&N.
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, [1901]
Copyright Date: ©1901
Branch Call Number: FICTION LOVER
Characteristics: vii, 608 p., [6] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm


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