HUDDEN AND DUDDEN AND DONALD O'NEARY by Joseph Jacobs

HUDDEN AND DUDDEN AND DONALD O'NEARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

How Donald O'Neary turned Hudden's and Dudden's ill will to good account, parlayed a scrawny cow's hide into a field of fat cattle and disposed of his malefactors in the bargain--the perennially funny Celtic folk tale in vigorous black-and-white. The pungent personalization and dramatic composition as well as the strong line recall Robert Lawson.

Pub Date: May 14th, 1968
Publisher: Coward-McCann