Irish Historic Fiction

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  1. Ulysses (Penguin)
    Joyce, James
    A modernist novel of supreme stylistic innovation, James Joyce's Ulysses is the towering achievement of twentieth century literature. This Penguin Modern Classics edition includes an introduction by Declan Kiberd.
  2. The Poor Mouth
    Flann O'Brien
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    The classic satire from the renowned comic and acclaimed author of `At Swim-Two-Birds' - Flann O'Brien.
  3. The First Rose of Tralee
    Patricia O'Reilly
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    Over one hundred years later, the annual Rose of Tralee International Festival was established, taking its inspiration from the 19th-century love song which tells the story of ‘Mary, the Rose of Tralee’.
  4. The Crock of Gold
    James Stephens
    The Crock of Gold is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest novels in the Irish comic tradition.
  5. Beckett Short No.8 : First Love
    Samuel Beckett
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    The narrator, expelled on the death of his father from his room, takes refuge on a bench by the canal, meets a woman who takes him home and the events that follow are hilariously terrible.
  6. Life Sentences
    Billy O'Callaghan
    Life Sentences is the sweeping and immersive story of one ordinary family in Ireland, and their extraordinary journey over three generations and more than a century of famine, war, violence and love. 
  7. Death And Nightingales
    Eugene McCabe
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    Beth is determined to decide her own destiny but charmed by the roguish Liam Ward she seems doomed to repeat the tragic mistakes of her family's past.
  8. The Third Policeman
    Flann O'Brien
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    A masterpiece of black humour from the renown comic and acclaimed author of `At Swim-Two-Birds' - Flann O'Brien.
  9. On Sackville Street
    A. O'Connor
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    1869 When Milandra Carter arrives to live on Sackville Street as a young widow, she becomes the talk of Dublin.
  10. The Convictions of John Delahunt
    Andrew Hughes
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    Sitting in Kilmainham Gaol in the days leading up to his execution, Delahunt tells his story in a final, deeply unsettling statement . . .
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