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Ireland

Author : Jenny Rees
ISBN : 1872576958
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

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ISBN : MINN:31951P010657309
Genre : Authors, Irish
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Category: Authors, Irish

Sport And Ireland

Author : Paul Rouse
ISBN : 9780198745907
Genre : Sports
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This history of sport in Ireland, locates it within Irish political, social, and cultural history, and within the global history of sport. There are aspects of Ireland's sporting history that are uniquely Irish, but it is a history of play shared with other societies, near and far. This book offers a unique insight into the British Empire in Ireland; it also assesses the relationship between sport and national identity, and the manner in which states make policy in respect of sport. The manner in which sport has been colonised by the media and has colonised it, in turn, is also examined.
Category: Sports

Song Of Ireland

Author : Juilene Osborne-McKnight
ISBN : 9781466823747
Genre : Fiction
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The Sons of Mil long held the dream of the Island of Destiny close to their hearts. A dream perhaps, but to these restless, adventuring people it was a shining emerald prize to be won by those who were brave or foolhardy enough to sail to the very ends of the known world. For the Bard Amergin and his people that dream comes true. When they land safely on the shores of this enchanted isle, they know that they have won the favor of their gods. In joy, they begin to build their settlement. Soon it is clear that they are not alone in this green and pleasant land; their fellow inhabitants are the secretive Danu, a people who resonate power and mystery in abundance. As Amergin negotiates with the Danu so that both peoples may peacefully share the island's wealth, he sees their beauty, their wisdom, and their love for the land. And one more thing. Amergin's second sight shows him that the Danu are not human. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Ireland

Author : John R. Strachan
ISBN : 3039118811
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The essays in this collection all revolve around the notion of change in Ireland, whether by revolution or by evolution. Developments in the shared histories of Ireland and Great Britain are an important theme throughout the book. The volume begins by examining two remarkable Irishmen on the make in Georgian London: the boxing historian Pierce Egan and the extraordinary Charles Macklin, eighteenth-century actor, playwright and manslaughterer. The focus then moves to aspects of Hibernian influence and the presence of the Irish Diaspora in Great Britain from the medieval period up to the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century celebrations of St Patrick's Day in Manchester. The book also considers the very different attitudes to the British Empire evident in the career of the 1916 rebel Sir Roger Casement and the Victorian philologist and colonial servant Whitley Stokes. Further essays look at writings by Scottish Marxists on the state of Ireland in the 1920s and the pronouncements on the Troubles by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The book also examines change in the culture of the island of Ireland, from the development of the Irish historical novel in the nineteenth century, to ecology in contemporary Irish women's poetry, to the present state of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. Contemporary Irish authors examined include Roddy Doyle, Joseph O'Connor and Martin McDonagh.
Category: Literary Criticism

A New History Of Ireland

Author : W. E. Vaughan
ISBN : 9780199583744
Genre : History
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A New History of Ireland is the largest scholarly project in modern Irish history. In 9 volumes, it provides a comprehensive new synthesis of modern scholarship on every aspect of Irish history and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological evidence, through the Middle Ages, down to the present day. Volume VI opens with a character study of the period, followed by ten chapters of narrative history, and a study of Ireland in 1914. It includes further chapters on the economy, literature, the Irish language, music, arts, education, administration and the public service, and emigration.
Category: History

Ireland

Author : Patricia Levy
ISBN : 0761417842
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explores the geography, history, government, economy, people, and culture of Ireland.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Lost In Ireland

Author : Cindy Callaghan
ISBN : 9781481462075
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Previously published in 2014 as Lucky me.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Irish Journal

Author : Heinrich Böll
ISBN : 0810160625
Genre : Travel
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In IRISH JOURNAL, Heinrich Boll the celebrated novelist becomes Heinrich Boll the relatively obscure traveler, touring Ireland in the mid-1950s with his wife and children. While time may stand still in Irish pubs, Boll does not, and his descriptions of his various travels throughout Ireland are as vivid and compelling today as they were over 40 years ago.
Category: Travel

Cinema And Ireland

Author : Kevin Rockett
ISBN : 9781317928577
Genre : Performing Arts
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This was the first comprehensive study of film production in Ireland from the silent period to the present day, and of representations of Ireland and ‘Irishness’ in native, British, and American films. It remains an authority on the topic. The book focuses on Irish history and politics to examine the context and significance of such films as Irish Destiny, The Quiet Man, Ryan’s Daughter, Man of Aran, Cal, The Courier, and The Dead.
Category: Performing Arts

A Brief History Of Ireland

Author : Paul F. State
ISBN : 9780816075164
Genre : History
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Follows the political, economic, and social development of Ireland from the pagan past to the contemporary religious strife and hope for reconciliation.
Category: History

Irish Education

Author : John Coolahan
ISBN : 0906980119
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

Writing Ireland

Author : David Cairns
ISBN : 0719023726
Genre : Civilization, Celtic
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"Writing Ireland is a provocative and wide-ranging examination of culture, literature and identity in nine-teenth- and twentieth-century Ireland. Moving beyond the reductionist reading of the historical moment as a backdrop to cultural production, the authors deploy contemporary theories of discourse and the constitution of the colonial subject to illuminate key texts in the cultural struggle between the colonizer and the colonized. The book opens with a consideration of the originary moment of the colonial relationsip of England and Ireland through re-reading of works by Shakespeare and Spenser. Cairns and Richards move then to the constitution of the modern discourse of Celticism in the nineteenth century. A fundamental re-reading of the period of the Literary Revival through the works of Yeats, Synge, Joyce and O'Casey locates them in a social moment illuminated by detailed considerations of poems, playwrights and polemicists such as D. P. Moran, Arthur Griffith, Patrick Pearse and Thomas MacDonagh. Writing Ireland examines the psychic, sexual and social costs of the decolonisation struggle in the society and culture of the Irish Free State and its successor. Beckett, Kavanagh and O'Faolain registered the enervation and paralysis consequent upon sustaining a repressive view of Irish identity. The book concludes in the contemporary moment, as Ireland's post-colonial culture enters crisis and writers like Seamus Heaney, Brian Friel, Tom Murphy and Seamus Deane grapple with the notion of alternative identities. Writing Ireland provides students of literature, history, cultural studies and Irish studies with a lucid analysis of Ireland's colonial and post-colonial situation on which an innovative methodology transcends disciplinary divisions."--
Category: Civilization, Celtic

Northern Ireland

Author : Jonathan Tonge
ISBN : 0582424003
Genre : History
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This text explores the issues behind the longevity of the conflict in Northern Ireland and provides a detailed analysis of the attempts to create a lasting peace in the province.
Category: History

Languages Of Ireland

Author : Michael Cronin
ISBN : UCSC:32106017070472
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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For over a thousand years Ireland has been a host to a surprising variety of languages and cultures. Every area of Irish life and cultural expression has been informed by this contact with diverse language groups. This book is an innovative collection of essays that for the first time assesses the multilingual and, by extension, multicultural inheritance of Ireland over two millennia. Leading scholars in language and translation studies from all over Ireland offer a comprehensive overview and accessible insight into the origins, development and intercultural fortunes of different languages on the island of Ireland from the early medieval period onwards. Among the languages and cultures presented in the volume are Irish, English, French, German, Ulster Scots, Ancient Greek and Latin. Contributors will also be situating the multilingual history of Ireland in terms of larger debates on globalization, the future of language diversity and the nature of diasporic cultures. The publication of this book is most timely as Ireland is faced with the challenges of a multicultural and multilingual society and the volume will be an important contribution to national self-understanding and cultural debate.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Bible

Author : Conor MacDari
ISBN : 0787305766
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1972 Foreword by Conor MacDari, Jr. Contents: a Survey; the Creation; the Creation of Adam & Eve & the Garden of Eden; the Children of Adam & Eve; the Genealogy of the Children of Cain; the Genealogy of the Patriarchs from Adam to Noah; the Ancie.
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