After the end of the Irish civil war, Carr emigrated to the United States.
Carr is candid in the book about the emotional chaos that characterized life without women.
In one, Ginsberg receives oral sex from a woman in a library, but can only reach completion after locking eyes with Carr.
“We are a father and two sons living in a household without women,” Carr writes.
Carr might have been able to figure this out, but as he pointed out to Buzzfeed's Rosie Gray, he didn't verify the information.
At Springfield, Missouri, Mr. Carr entered upon a three year's service.
Carr stared at him and saw that his eyes shone with excitement.
Somewhat startled at first, Mrs. Carr quickly recovered her equanimity.
But Carr was oblivious of the warning looks cast in his direction.
With a roar like a wild animal Carr was upon him, bearing him to the floor.