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Lion Of Ireland


Lion Of Ireland
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Author : Morgan Llywelyn
language : en
Publisher: Macmillan
Release Date : 2010-04-01



Lion Of Ireland written by Morgan Llywelyn and has been published by Macmillan this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-04-01 with Fiction categories.


King, warrior, and lover Brian Boru was stronger, braver, and wiser than all other men-the greatest king Ireland has ever known. Out of the mists of the country's most violent age, he merged to lead his people to the peak of their golden era. His women were as remarkable as his adventures: Fiona, the druidess with mystical powers; Deirdre, beautiful victim of a Norse invader's brutal lust; Gormlaith, six-foot, read-haired goddess of sensuality. Set against the barbaric splendors of the tenth century, Lion of Ireland is a story rich in truth and legend-in which friends become deadly enemies, bedrooms turn into battlefields, and dreams of glory are finally fulfilled. Morgan Llywelyn has written one of the greatest novels of Irish history. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Lost Girls Of Ireland


The Lost Girls Of Ireland
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Author : Susanne O'Leary
language : en
Publisher: Bookouture
Release Date : 2021-05-05



The Lost Girls Of Ireland written by Susanne O'Leary and has been published by Bookouture this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-05-05 with Fiction categories.


A heart-warming story about family secrets and one woman’s escape to dreamy Sandy Cove on the stunning west coast of Ireland. The picturesque beach of Wild Rose Bay is the last place Lydia Butler thought she’d be. But having just lost everything, the run-down cottage she inherited from her Great Aunt Nellie is the only place she can take her daughter, Sunny. Hidden away in a tiny Irish village, she can protect Sunny from the gossip in Dublin, and the real reason they have nowhere else to live… The cottage is part of the old coastguard station and other eccentric residents are quick to introduce themselves when Lydia arrives. Lydia instantly feels less alone, fascinated by the stories they have about Nellie, and she’s charmed by American artist, Jason O’Callaghan, the mysterious man who lives next door. But the longer Lydia relaxes under the moonlit sky, the more the secret she’s keeping from Sunny threatens to come out. And as she finds herself running into Jason’s arms, she knows she must be honest and face up to the past she has tried to forget. Has she finally found people who will truly accept her, or will the truth force her to leave the cottage for good? Will transport you to Ireland to relax on the shore and stare at the perfect emerald waters. The Lost Girls of Ireland is perfect for readers of Debbie Macomber, Sheila O’Flanagan and Mary Alice Monroe. What readers are saying about The Lost Girls of Ireland: ‘OMG! OMG!! I cannot remember the last time I was so gutted to come to the end of a book!! I absolutely fell in love and it genuinely felt like I was packing my bags and being whisked away from my Irish holiday… Absolutely gorgeous!!!... an absolutely stunning, heart-warming romance that will have you heading off to Ireland in the blink of an eye.’ Bookworm 86, 5 stars ‘Truly touched my heart. Impossible to put down, this moving story kept me tapping the screen of my Kindle deep into the night until I reached the heart-warming conclusion… a stellar read, one that will be with me for a long while.’ Robin Loves Reading, 5 stars ‘This fabulous story is a rapid page-turner. It will whisk you away to the great Irish Sea. I absolutely loved this unputdownable read… it was phenomenal, loved it.’ Reviews by Caroline, 5 stars ‘A lovely read. This heart-warming story set in the West Coast of Ireland is just delightful… I devoured it in days and was sad to say goodbye to characters who felt like friends. The descriptions of Sandy Cove made me wish I could jump on a plane and experience Wild Rose Bay for myself.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Perfect… like slipping my feet into handmade shoes – the fit was spot on, and I don’t know how I haven’t read any of Susanne O’Leary’s books before… made me feel the wind in my hair, and I could even smell the salt from the Wild Atlantic sea without leaving my living room… a wonderfully, brilliant story.’ Book-mad-mum, 5 stars ‘A heart-warming tale… A beautiful clean romance and wonderfully uplifting tale of second chances and starting over… we need more places like Sandy Cove where people are not judged by what they have, but rather by who they are and how they treat others.’ Goodreads reviewer ‘Wonderful… I just loved it.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Lovely book. A hope-filled read about the power of reinvention and second chances… Susanne O’Leary transported me to this lovely place where the villagers are accepting for who you are not for what you have. This is a story of heart and soul and is highly recommended.’ NetGalley reviewer

Made In Ireland


Made In Ireland
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Author : Áine Mangaoang
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2020-10-13



Made In Ireland written by Áine Mangaoang and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-10-13 with Music categories.


Made in Ireland: Studies in Popular Music serves as a comprehensive and thorough introduction to the history, sociology and musicology of 20th- and 21st-century Irish popular music. The volume consists of essays by leading scholars in the field and covers the major figures, styles and social contexts of popular music in Ireland. Each essay provides adequate context so readers understand why the figure or genre under discussion is of lasting significance to Irish popular music. The book is organized into three thematic sections: Music Industries and Historiographies, Roots and Routes and Scenes and Networks. The volume also includes a coda by Gerry Smyth, one of the most published authors on Irish popular music.

This Is Ireland


This Is Ireland
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Author : Miroslav Sasek
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1964



This Is Ireland written by Miroslav Sasek and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1964 with Ireland categories.


Full-color paintings capture the beauty of the Irish scene. Grades 5 and up.

Ireland And Europe


Ireland And Europe
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Author : Rory O'Donnell
language : en
Publisher: International Academic Pub
Release Date : 2000



Ireland And Europe written by Rory O'Donnell and has been published by International Academic Pub this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2000 with Political Science categories.




We Don T Know Ourselves A Personal History Of Modern Ireland


We Don T Know Ourselves A Personal History Of Modern Ireland
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Author : Fintan O'Toole
language : en
Publisher: Liveright Publishing
Release Date : 2022-03-15



We Don T Know Ourselves A Personal History Of Modern Ireland written by Fintan O'Toole and has been published by Liveright Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2022-03-15 with History categories.


Winner • 2021 An Post Irish Book Award — Nonfiction Book of the Year • from the judges: “The most remarkable Irish nonfiction book I’ve read in the last 10 years”; “[A] book for the ages.” “We Don’t Know Ourselves is a feast: a deeply absorbing chronicle of the 'known and unknowable,' and of the profound transformation of a place.” —Patrick Radden Keefe, New York Times best-selling author of Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland A celebrated Irish writer’s magisterial, brilliantly insightful chronicle of the wrenching transformations that dragged his homeland into the modern world. Fintan O’Toole was born in the year the revolution began. It was 1958, and the Irish government—in despair, because all the young people were leaving—opened the country to foreign investment and popular culture. So began a decades-long, ongoing experiment with Irish national identity. In We Don’t Know Ourselves, O’Toole, one of the Anglophone world’s most consummate stylists, weaves his own experiences into Irish social, cultural, and economic change, showing how Ireland, in just one lifetime, has gone from a reactionary “backwater” to an almost totally open society—perhaps the most astonishing national transformation in modern history. Born to a working-class family in the Dublin suburbs, O’Toole served as an altar boy and attended a Christian Brothers school, much as his forebears did. He was enthralled by American Westerns suddenly appearing on Irish television, which were not that far from his own experience, given that Ireland’s main export was beef and it was still not unknown for herds of cattle to clatter down Dublin’s streets. Yet the Westerns were a sign of what was to come. O’Toole narrates the once unthinkable collapse of the all-powerful Catholic Church, brought down by scandal and by the activism of ordinary Irish, women in particular. He relates the horrific violence of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, which led most Irish to reject violent nationalism. In O’Toole’s telling, America became a lodestar, from John F. Kennedy’s 1963 visit, when the soon-to-be martyred American president was welcomed as a native son, to the emergence of the Irish technology sector in the late 1990s, driven by American corporations, which set Ireland on the path toward particular disaster during the 2008 financial crisis. A remarkably compassionate yet exacting observer, O’Toole in coruscating prose captures the peculiar Irish habit of “deliberate unknowing,” which allowed myths of national greatness to persist even as the foundations were crumbling. Forty years in the making, We Don’t Know Ourselves is a landmark work, a memoir and a national history that ultimately reveals how the two modes are entwined for all of us.

Politics In The Republic Of Ireland


Politics In The Republic Of Ireland
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Author : John Coakley
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2004-08-02



Politics In The Republic Of Ireland written by John Coakley and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2004-08-02 with History categories.


Politics in the Republic of Ireland is newly available in a fully revised third edition. Building on the success of the first two editions, it continues to provide an authoritative introduction to all aspects of politics in the Irish Republic. Published in association with the Political Studies Association of Ireland, and written by some of the foremost experts on Irish politics, it explains, analyzes and interprets the background and processes of Irish government. Crucially it provides the student with the very latest developments. Coverage includes: * all aspects of the Irish political system, including the constitution, electoral system, parties, the links between member sof parliament and their constituents, the government, the President, and the Taoiseach * an exploration of the foundations of statehood, Irish society and political culture * Ireland's relationship with Britain and its role within the European Union * women and Irish politics * appendices providing demographic data, electoral data, political office holders, biographical notes on major political figures and a chronology of the main political events