'The human traffic on O'Connell Street, watched over by an angelic harp'.
At Trinity College this rebellious student reads Brendan Behan while the others are engrossed with Shaw, Wilde et al.
'Often, in Dublin, it is considered more sporting to loose your shirt than to keep it on. Hence the popularity of horses.'
'Tears flow easy in a Dublin pub, but not even the heartbreaking songs from a brendanbehanish bard can truly water the beer.'
"It's Guinness!" O'Connell Bridge and the Liffey June 1962 (unpublished)
Searle illustrated this report by S. J. Perelman on 'the haunted manor of Poltrooney'.
HOLIDAY magazine 1957 January
pg 24 'Green Power: the Irish Pub Invasion' by Mary Blume