3 edition of The young gallants whirligigg; or Youths reakes found in the catalog.
The young gallants whirligigg; or Youths reakes
by Printed by M[iles] F[lesher] for Robert Bostocke, at the signe of the Kings head in Pauls Church-yard in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Young gallants whirligigg, Youths reakes.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 842:10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 22,  p.|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Together with the too often deare bought experience, and the rare, or too late regression and reclamation of most of them from. Lenton, Francis, The Young Gallants Whirligigg: Or Youths Reakes (London, ) The Life of Deval. Shewing How He Came to be a Highway-Man; and How He Cited by: Lenton, Francis, The young gallants whirligigg; or Youths reakes Demonstrating the inordinate affections, absurd actions, and profuse expences, of vnbridled and affectated youth: with their extravagant courses, and preposterous progressions, and aversions (London, ).
STC Cited by: 4. Lenehan and Corley, two men whose occupations are suspiciously vague, walk through the streets of central Dublin after a day of drinking in a bar. Corley dominates the conversation, chatting about his latest romantic interest, a maid who works at a wealthy home and with whom he has a date that evening.
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Wagner) The book seems to be targeted towards older men who want to relive their lives, walking through the streets of a slow town, chilling out with their friends, and causing mischief. Plot: Two middle aged men, Lenehan and his best friend Corley, walk down the hills and streets of a slow town conversing about the women they fancy/5(17).
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"Two Gallants" is a short story by James Joyce published in his collection Dubliners. It tells the story of two Irishmen who are frustrated with their lack of achievement in life and rely on the exploitation of others to live.
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