O'Brien, Flann (1911–66) Irish novelist, b. Brian O'Nolan. His first and most ambitious novel was At Swim-Two-Birds (1939). He wrote three other novels in English – The Hard Life (1961), The Dalkey Archive (1964), and The Third Policeman (1967) – and one in Gaelic, An Béal Bocht (1941).
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