Citations:America at home
English citations of America at home
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- 1962 October 6, O'Brien, Edna, “Come Into The Drawing Room, Doris [later retitled "Irish Revel"]”, in The New Yorker, page 52:
- "Tis America at home," Hickey said, putting turf on the smoking fire.
- 1979, Edna O'Brien, A Rose in the Heart, →ISBN, page 111::
- "Tis America at home," James said as he nodded to the waitress for more coffees.
- 1990, John McGahern, Amongst Women, →ISBN, page 62:
- Lemonade was poured into glasses and the meal was toasted. 'This is America at home,' Moran boasted. Bowls of trifle followed. 'We'll burst!' He and everybody were happy.
- 2000, Christopher Nolan, The Banyan Tree, →ISBN, page 177‑8:
- […] the water when it rained filled up the tank and then we could flush away our doosie. Do-be, it was America at home, let me tell you, but then when the fine weather came it was up the ladder and down, bringing pump water up to fill the tank […]