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SEE YOU DOWN THE ROAD
New York : Knopf, 2004.
is something about a secret society that is totally intriguing. You
want to be able to take a look inside and see how the people live. One
such secret society is the Irish Travelers. They are a close-knit,
nomadic society. Meet Bridget. If you saw her in Kmart, you'd
just think she was like every other teenage girl you've seen. You
would have no way of knowing how her family makes money from scams, swindles
and theft. If you saw her with a baby carriage, you wouldn't suspect
she just used it as a decoy to help her steal. From arranged marriages,
to pigeon drops, to life on the road, this is a look at a society that
you may never have heard of.
Irish Travelers (Nomadic people) -- Fiction.
Irish Americans -- Fiction.
Family life -- Fiction.
Individuality -- Fiction.
Sex role -- Fiction.
Conduct of life -- Fiction.
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