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  • Ireland - The Northby Tina Neylon

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 7.99

    "We made a four-day visit to the Giant's Causeway into an easy & memorable excursion thanks to this guide book which we had on our Kindle." - Amazon reviewer. Northern Ireland has a fascinating variety of landscapes. Its tourism areas correspond roughly to the Six Counties that make up the North: the drama of the Causeway... more...

  • Ireland's East Coastby Tina Neylon

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 7.99

    Dublin is the Republic of Ireland’s capital and largest city, named from the Irish "dubh linn" meaning black pool. The name comes from the fact that the site of the city was formerly a black, slimy expanse of mud, through which the River Liffey flowed sluggishly to the sea. It now has a pleasant setting on the east coast of the Irish... more...

  • Watching the Doorby Kevin Myers

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 10.19

    As an Irish Catholic raised in Leicester, fresh from University College Dublin with a first in History, Kevin Myers is sent north to work for the Belfast bureau of RTE News. There he covers the increasingly vicious conflict erupting in the city as the IRA campaign begins. Reporting too for Dublin's Hibernia, the London Observer and NBC Radio for North... more...

  • The Elephant and the Polish Questionby Maurice Craig

    The Lilliput Press 1990; US$ 14.57

    Our finest living essayist. Maurice Craig's exquisite collection... is at once literary, erudite and mechanical: poppet-valves and cams, Yeats's inability to spell, bookbindings and motor-car design, the Tichborne scandal and airships, raised foc's'les and the particularity of certain words - all glide before his mind, all entrance, and all find an... more...

  • Lives Less Ordinaryby Judy Kravis; Peter Morgan

    The Lilliput Press 1999; US$ 10.19

    The people who talk about their lives in this book represent a creative, dissident Ireland. They are artists, writers, map-makers, weavers, water-diviners, teachers, environmentalists, farmers, wood-cutters, gardeners, travellers and monks. Some continue ways of life that have existed for generations; others have chosen to live and work in ways that... more...

  • Grandmother and Wolfe Toneby Hubert Butler

    The Lilliput Press 1990; US$ 14.57

    The finest and most penetrating essayist this country has produced this century ... there is not a dull page in this civilized and witty book.' - The Irish Times A third volume of essays - autobiographical, polemical, political, exploratory - by the most distinctive Irish writer of the age, in the highest tradition of Swift and Shaw. Hubert Butler's... more...

  • Celtic Revival?by Sean Kay

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2011; US$ 33.99

    Celtic Revival? explores what happens when a society loses its wealth, its faith in government, and its trust in its Church. Sean Kay draws on a rich blend of research, interviews with a broad spectrum of Irish society, and his own decades of personal experience to tell the story of Ireland today?from the rise of the Celtic Tiger to the dramatic... more...

  • Historical Dictionary of Irelandby Frank A. Biletz

    Scarecrow Press 2013; US$ 139.99

    This new edition of Historical Dictionary of Ireland is an excellent resource for discovering the history of Ireland. This is done through a chronology, an introductory essay, and an extensive bibliography. The cross-referenced dictionary section has over 600 entries on significant persons, places and events, political parties and institutions... more...

  • The Bloodiest Year 1972by Ken Wharton

    The History Press 2011; US$ 27.69

    1972 was the bloodiest year of an already bloody conflict played out on the streets of Northern Ireland. Over twelve months the country was rocked by the atrocities of Bloody Friday and the Claudy bombing, civilian casualties mounted, and the soldiers of the British Army were caught between the factions. 169 servicemen died that year, their deaths... more...

  • Wacky Eireby Geraldine Comiskey

    Liberties Press 2012; US$ 13.11

    Welcome to Wacky Eire – it?s stranger than fiction. Imagine RTÉ?s Nationwide crossed with the cult series Eurotrash, or BBC?s Country File mixed with Father Ted . . . Now imagine it as a book of true stories, written by an insider who has travelled the length and breadth of Ireland seeking out the weird, the wacky, the raunchy and the downright shocking... more...