ABANDONED CHURCHES OF IRELAND

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Abandoned Churches Of Ireland

Author : Tarquin Blake
ISBN : 1848899106
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This title documents eighty abandoned Church of Ireland churches, preserving a record of fragile religious ruins. Their history, dating back to early christianity in Ireland, paints a stark portrait of a Protestant aristocracy and a Catholic majority.
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Irish Catholic Identities

Author : Oliver P. Rafferty
ISBN : 9780719097317
Genre : History
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What does it mean to be Irish? Are the predicates Catholic and Irish so inextricably linked that it is impossible to have one and not the other? Does the process of secularisation in modern times mean that Catholicism is no longer a touchstone of what it means to be Irish? Indeed was such a paradigm ever true? These are among the fundamental issues addressed in this work, which examines whether distinct identity formation can be traced over time. The book delineates the course of historical developments which complicated the process of identity formation in the Irish context, when by turns Irish Catholics saw themselves as battling against English hegemony or the Protestant Reformation. Without doubt the Reformation era cast a long shadow over how Irish Catholics would see themselves. But the process of identity formation was of much longer duration. Newly available in paperback, this work traces the elements which have shaped how the Catholic Irish identified themselves, and explores the political, religious and cultural dimensions of the complex picture which is Irish Catholic identity. The essays represent a systematic attempt to explore the fluidity of the components that make up Catholic identity in Ireland.
Category: History

The Follies And Garden Buildings Of Ireland

Author : James Howley
ISBN : 0300102259
Genre : Architecture
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This entertaining and lovely book--the first to focus solely on follies and other garden buildings in Ireland--re-creates in word and image the wonder of these picturesque and fanciful architectural oddities. "A work of sustained scholarship and relish for the subject."--Patricia Craig, Times Literary Supplement "A feast of ephemeral architectural embellishment."--House and Garden "[A] pioneering book. . . . It is beautifully designed and the well researched text is accompanied by excellent measured drawings and wonderful photographs. The volume is a delight to peruse, a veritable encyclopedia of the extraordinary and the fantastic."--Roger Stalley, The Irish Times "A major achievement."--Deborah Singmaster, Architects' Journal
Category: Architecture

The Parliamentary Debates

Author : Great Britain. Parliament
ISBN : HARVARD:32044106510068
Genre : Great Britain
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Plural Identities Singular Narratives

Author : Máiréad Nic Craith
ISBN : 1571813144
Genre : Social Science
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Northern Ireland is frequently characterised in terms of a two traditions paradigm, representing the conflict as being between two discrete cultures. Demonstrating the reductionist nature of this argument, this book highlights the complexity of reality.
Category: Social Science