Definition of Behan, Brendan in English:

Behan, Brendan

Line breaks: Bren|dan Behan
Pronunciation: /ˈbiːən
 
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( 1923–64), Irish dramatist and poet; full name Brendan Francis Behan. A committed supporter of Irish nationalism, he is noted for the novel Borstal Boy (1958), which describes his punishment for involvement in terrorist activities, and the play The Quare Fellow (1956).

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