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Donleavy

(dɒnˈliːvɪ)
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(Biography) J(ames) P(atrick). born 1926, Irish-American novelist. His books include The Ginger Man (1956), The Onion Eaters (1971), Are You Listening Rabbi Löw? (1987), and The Lady Who Liked Clean Rest Rooms (1995)
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