The Bogie Men
The Boogie Men is a tale of mystery, intrigue, and hidden identities. Lady Gregory wrote this novel with her own children in mind. She wanted them to grow up in an Ireland that was free, united, and at peace. It is set in the aftermath of the Irish Revolution.Lady Gregory was an extraordinary woman who was a major force in all Irish literary circles during the formative years of the twentieth century. She is best known for her translation of Sean O'Casey's classic play The Plough and the Stars and for founding Coole Park.The book is written with a mix of English and Irish vernacular, which gives young readers insight into daily Irish life.