Irish Social History
- Valerie CoxSpecial Price €14.99 Regular Price €17.99A PEOPLE'S PORTRAIT OF A PERIOD OF MOMENTOUS CHANGE IN IRISH HISTORY. Independence Memories is a fascinating social history, from living and inherited memory, of the period surrounding Irish Independence and the Civil War. A wonderful compendium of stories and memories by Ireland's oldest citizens, from the much-loved author of Growin
- Eamonn Macthomais€9.99'Living prose coupled with the fine pencil drawings of Desmond McCarthy' Irish Post (1979) 'It's solid Dublin, with its own very definable charm' Irish Press (1979) BOOK IS NEW BUT SLIGHTLY SHOP SOILED AND YELLOWED WITH AGE
- Rob Cross. Introductions by Diarmaid Ferriter & Donal FallonSpecial Price €18.99 Regular Price €23.99The Colour of Ireland: County by County 1860-1960 is a photographic celebration of the history, culture, people and places that make up a century of life in Ireland. Covering all 32 counties, this beautiful, meticulously researched collection takes a past only ever viewed before in black and white and - in glorious colour - breathes fr
- Seoirse Ó DochartaighSpecial Price €10.99 Regular Price €12.99In the course of this exploration, the book provides some insight and enlightenment, and, perhaps, offered a challenge to some long-held erroneous interpretations. The exploration of the place names of Ireland is a never-ending story.
- Paul KellySpecial Price €15.99 Regular Price €19.99Despite the famously uncooperative Irish weather, John Hinde's postcards of Ireland featured bright sunshine and blue skies, a country seemingly peopled entirely with redheads, happy donkeys carrying turf, and charming cottages that appeared to grow upward from the earth itself.
- John KellySpecial Price €14.39 Regular Price €17.99The sixteen year old schoolboy, James Augustine Aloysius Joyce, entered the University College in Dublin in September 1898.
Blacklight Blue : A race against time to crack a deadly cold case (Enzo 3)
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