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Samuel Menashe: New & Selected Poems (includes DVD€11.99
Expanded from its original Library of America compilation, this edition covers the full range of his work, from the early collections to very recent work, and includes a DVD of "Life Is Immense: Visiting Samuel Menashe", a film by Pamela Robertson-Pearce.
Used. 2009 UK Edtion. Paperback. In very good... See more
Narrative Singing in Ireland: Lays, Ballads, Come-all-yes and other songs (Hardback)€69.99
Used. 1993 1st Edition Hardback. With Dustjacket, slightly faded on spine. Very good condition. No markings. Pages yellowed with age.
Gerald Dawe Selected Poems€19.99
Since its first appearance in book form in 1978 Gerald Dawe’s poetry has been praised for its ‘feeling of unpadded completeness and unforced structure’ Alastair MacLean, TLS. His achievement has been described by Dennis O’Driscoll as ‘brave and risk-taking, finely tuned and perfectly pitched’... See more
Patrick Ireland: One Here Now (Hardback)€19.99
The Ogham Cycle. 1996 1st Edition Hardback
Journeys Through Line and Colour (Hardback)€39.99
Forty Irish Women Artists of the 20th Century.
2010 1st Edition Hardback.
Recollections of an Irish Doctor€24.99
Atthill was a rural general practitioner in Co. Offaly before a stint in Dublin which culminated in his becoming Master of Dublin's Rotunda Hospital and President of both the Royal College of Physicians and of the Royal Academy of Medicine. This edition is full of fascinating anecdotes.
Lady Icarus: The Life of Irish Aviator Lady Mary Heath (Hardback)€24.99
For a five-year period from the mid 1920s, Limerick born pilot Lady Mary Heath was one of the best-known women in the world. Telling the tale of a woman who truly flew too close to the sun, this account combines high adventure with considerable poignancy.
Power, Dissent and Democracy: Civil Society and the State in Ireland€19.99
This book assembles key experts on Irish civil society who provide a challenging analysis of the state of society in contemporary Ireland in 2002.
The Labour and The Royal€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