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John B. Keane (1928–2002)

John B. Keane was born on July 21, 1928 in Listowel, Kerry, Ireland. He was a writer, known for The Field (1990), The Field (1968) and Durango (1999). He was married to Mary O'Connor. He died on May 30, 2002 in Listowel. See full bio »


(age 73) in Listowel, Kerry, Ireland

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The Field Writer
The Field Writer
Durango Writer
Inside Ireland Himself - Subject


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 1999 Durango (TV Movie) (novel)
 1990 The Field (play)
 1968 The Field (TV Movie) (play)
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 1966 Inside Ireland (TV Mini-Series)
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- A Kind of Writer (1966) ... Himself - Subject
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 2012 Making Magic Happen (Documentary)
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Other Works:

"The Bodhran Makers" (novel) See more »

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I was writing about people I knew, people who lived about two miles from Listowel, and that I'd grown up with. They're all gone now, but they made me their spokesperson and I felt a responsibility to tell their story, to preserve a wonderful tradition in written form.

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