I also noted influences from such a diverse group as (including but not limited to) Kurt Vonnegut, Thomas Pynchon, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Jean Genet, William Burroughs, J.P Donleavy
and Samuel Butler, from whom Kaufmann borrows the not-unpopular idea that machines could soon replace humans in the scheme of things.
6 program features soprano Mary Donleavy
in a celebration of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
Beginning with Andrew Donleavy
's bilingual catechism of 1742, Wolf argues from the extensive material record that the "New" Tridentine Catholicism was imposed in late eighteenth century, long before the devotional additions of the 1830s.
. Brendan Beehan is thought to have based some of his Borstal Boy and The Hostage characters on Mc Daids publicans.
One of our colleagues, Gabriel Donleavy
, in a paper presented to a 22 February, 2013 UWS Senate Meeting, noted that there was 'nostalgia among faculty for a golden age of collegiality' that had been replaced by the 'Australian university phenomenon of a corporate managerial culture' and that this was 'coincident with the transition from fully funded elite education to an era of mass education that has never been fully funded'.
, a veteran of the utility industry, as its new chief of U.S.
's words: "Wimbledon fortnight of golden female legs" (84).
Scenes Unseen, Tron Theatre, Glasgow Hidden theatrical gems from Alan Ayckbourn, Athol Fugard, JP Donleavy
and Patrick Marber are performed alongside pieces from emerging Scottish writers.
, Terry Southern, Henry Miller, and Vladimir Nabokov, as well as Burroughs.
The Australian General Semantics Society (AGS) has elected Gabriel Donleavy
as their new president.
But the single most influential book was The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B by JP Donleavy
. The world should read How Green Was My Valley by Richard Llewellyn.
up, get that on its feet, so that's a very exciting possibility."