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  • The Great Irish Famineby Liz Sonneborn

    Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 35.00

    In September 1845, the farmers of Ireland made a chilling discovery?much of their potato crop was black, mushy, and rotten. The crop failure marked the beginning of the Great Irish Famine, one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the 19th century. With some 3 million Irish people dependent on the potato for their very survival, starvation and epidemic... more...

  • Skelligsideby Michael Kirby

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    This is the remarkable folk autobiography of a small famer, fisherman and poet from from the South Iveragh peninsula of Co. Kerry, part of Ireland's western sea-board, a region bounded by mountains and unique inits cultural inheritance. Kirby's writing combines description with narrative, anecdote and poetry, and gives a vivid pen-picture of the locality... more...

  • Skellig Sunsetby Michael Kirby

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    'A man who understands the true value of life ... he shows us that everything that lives is connected.' - Jane Urquhart. 'He writes charmingly with colour, fun and a flair few others have ever bettered.' - Sunday Tribune. Skelligs Sunset, a posthumous volume of work in English by Michael Kirby, is the final part in his trilogy of memoir, storytelling... more...

  • A Singular Countryby J.P. Donleavy

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 10.19

    A new and original work from "one of the most accomplished and original writers of our time", Joseph Heller. A Singular Country is J.P. Donleavy's idiosyncratic and personal view of Ireland told in the vernacular of the Irishman, which he has nearly, but not quite, become. "A country where the dead are forever living and which is at once magical,... more...

  • Seventy Years Youngby Pamela Hinkson

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 10.19

    This book is one of the most remarkable and the most entertaining of its kind ever published about late Victorian and Edwardian Ireland.' - Peter Costello, Sunday Independent. 'A woman of considerable style and substance, her autobiography gives a fascinating glimpse into the social and political life in Ireland at the turn of the century.' - Deidre... more...

  • Dublin Made Meby CS Andrews

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 10.19

    Dublin Made Me, the first of C.S. ('Todd') Andrews' two celebrated volumes of autobiography, describes in loving detail the pre-independence Dublin in which the author grew up and provides a vivid participant's account of the War of Independence and the Civil War. Born in 1901, Andrews lived with his family in Summerhill until 1910, when they moved... more...

  • The Making of the Irish Protestant Ascendancyby Patrick Walsh

    Boydell & Brewer 2010; US$ 120.00

    The life and political career of William Conolly, a key figure in the establishment of the eighteenth century protestant ascendancy in Ireland. more...

  • Not Waving But Drowningby Edmund Gregory

    Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 23.75

    Not Waving But Drowning tells the harrowing true story of one man's childhood struggle against poverty and his subsequent drive to become a policeman in the Royal Ulster Constabulary. From his earliest days, Edmund Gregory possessed an awareness beyond his years. During the course of his parents' turbulent and doomed marriage,... more...

  • A Brief History of Irelandby Richard Killeen

    Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 13.11

    From the dawn of history to the decline of the Celtic Tiger - how Ireland has been shaped over the centuries. more...

  • The Other Famineby Gerard MacAtasney

    The History Press 2011; US$ 14.57

    In the summer of 1822 a bad potato crop and limited employment opportunities created famine conditions in the west and south-west of Ireland. The Other Famine is the first book to examine these events, and specifically their implications for County Leitrim. Beginning with an overview of life in the county from 1800 to 1821, this book looks at landlord-tenant... more...