Daniel Cassidy (1943 Brooklyn – October 11, 2008) was a controversial
American writer. ... How the Irish Invented Slang: The Secret Language of the
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Daniel Cassidy is founder and co-director of
An Léann Éireannach, the Irish Studies Program at New College of California ...
In How the Irish Invented Slang, Daniel Cassidy cuts through two hundred years
worth of Anglo academic "baloney" and reveals the massive, hidden influence ...
How the Irish Invented Slang has 77 ratings and 19 reviews. Hannah said: A
fascinating, maddening read - the central thesis (much American slang of unkno..
Mar 18, 2015 ... Now comes the book, How the Irish Invented Slang, by Daniel Cassidy, who
postulates that many slang words for which even the Oxford ...
Apr 10, 2011 ... Daniel Cassidy's How the Irish Invented Slang is a specialist work of ... He argues
that diasporic Irish-American communities are largely ...
A debunking of Daniel Cassidy's theories about Irish and slang. ... In his ludicrous
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Oct 17, 2007 ... How the Irish Invented Slang: A Secret Language of the Crossroads aims to
reconcile the long exile of the Irish peoples from their rightful credit ...
Nov 9, 2007 ... It is quite incredible that Corey Kilgannon would write in the New York Times
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Jul 26, 2006 ... Dúd (pron. dood, a dolt) was a moniker Irish Americans slapped on .... Secret
Language of the Crossroad: How the Irish Invented Slang, will be ...