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Category : Authors, Irish
Languages : en
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Ireland

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Author: Jenny Rees
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781872576954
Size: 74.77 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Great Britain
Languages : en
Pages : 158
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Size: 16.39 MB
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Category : Ireland
Languages : en
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Ireland

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Author: Insight Guides
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ISBN: 9781780052069
Size: 23.69 MB
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Category : Travel
Languages : en
Pages : 400
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Book Description: With its unique mix of jaw-dropping landscapes, lively cities, friendly people, and buzzing nightlife, it's hard to beat a vacation in Ireland. This book is the perfect companion to this alluring country, giving you more information on history and culture than any other guide. Our expert local author has fully updated the guide for this new edition, with reworked chapters on the Irish character, Dublin, and Galway and the West, while the Belfast chapter has been brought right up to date with coverage of the city's exciting new Titanic Quarter. The book tells you everything you need to know about the essential Irish experiences, from vibrant festivals like Bloomsday to world-renowned pubs and fantastic outdoor activities such as walking, golf, and angling. Stunning pictures throughout give you a vivid portrait of modern Ireland. Comprehensive maps will help you get around and travel tips provide advice on planning a trip plus our selection of the best hotels.try{F5_flush(document);}catch(e){}


The Ordnance Survey Ireland Puzzle Book

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Author: Ordnance Survey Ireland
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1529311195
Size: 59.66 MB
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Category : Games & Activities
Languages : en
Pages : 272
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Book Description: Can you guess the nine counties the Wild Atlantic Way passes through? Would you be able to identify on the map the highest point in the Burren? Or work out the distance from one point to another as the crow flies? With forty maps and hundreds of puzzles ranging from Easy to Challenging, the Ordnance Survey Ireland Puzzle Book is guaranteed to test your wits, put your friends and family through their paces and cause plenty of good-natured arguments along the way. With questions covering the island of Ireland - from Cork to Dublin, Waterford to Belfast - this unique puzzle book will get your brain fired up and reacquaint you with Ireland's coastlines, rivers, lakes, valleys and mountain ranges, while you rediscover the joy of maps. A fun-filled book jam-packed with facts, general knowledge questions and brain-teasers - enjoyment for all the family.


Ireland

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Author: Kathleen W. Deady
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736808149
Size: 47.40 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Languages : en
Pages : 24
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Book Description: Discusses the land, people, food, animals, sports, and culture of Ireland.


Country Data Book Ireland

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Author: United States. Economic Cooperation Administration
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Size: 54.69 MB
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Category : Ireland
Languages : en
Pages : 136
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The Book In Ireland

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Author: Jacqueline Genet
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub
ISBN: 9781443800143
Size: 18.92 MB
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Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
Languages : en
Pages : 368
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Book Description: This volume on the Book in Ireland, originally published in France, brings together contributions by scholars in Irish studies from both countries and by Irish professionals in the field such as writer-publishers and curators. In three different sections, it explores the relation between Irish people and the printed word in various contexts, beginning with the emergence of private presses which, from the late 19th century onwards, and following the example of William Morris's Kelmscott Press in England, renewed a time-honoured editorial and typographical tradition. It highlights the importance of the printed word in the passing on and circulating of ideas, through translation, teaching, political propaganda, or the publishing of literary anthologies. It emphasizes the major role played by periodicals in Irish cultural life and the building of an Irish identity in a country where, for a variety of reasons, people were in the habit of reading more newspapers and magazines than books. Significantly originating from France, where the conceptual framework of the history of the book was devised, this volume brings under scrutiny many previously unexplored aspects of the field. Praise for the book: 'These are all scholarly essays of real rigour and originality. The collection is a commendably bold and wide-ranging introduction to the Irish book in its many guises and languages.' Declan Kiberd, Professor of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama UCD School of English and Drama Inspired by William Morris, and carried along by the impetus of the Arts and Crafts Movement and the Celtic Revival, a great many publishing houses came into being at the beginning of the 20th century in Ireland. Most of them pursued the ideal of the "Book Beautiful" and devoted themselves to the cause of a literature of quality. Between 1967 and 1974, the Irish University Press continued to shape the publishing landscape; the Raven Arts Press stood out for its non-conformist spirit, rejecting the values of the Irish Renaissance, but discovering young talents and reprinting forgotten authors. One consequence of this effervescence was to stimulate readership. The study of the production and circulation of publications reveals both the desire to assert a national identity, including a renewed interest in the Gaelic language, and the wish to spread ideas, as shown, for example, by the propaganda newspaper published by the Sinn Fèin Printing and Publishing Company. Encouraged by the creation of Aosdàna, Irish writing showed a diversity eminently illustrated by the authors of The Field Day Anthology. From as early as 1830, periodicals took advantage of the increasing habit of reading and developments in printing: as they were cheaper than books, they became a principal means of access to literature for Irish people. The abundance of magazines such as The Dublin University Magazine, Studies and The Honest Ulsterman were ample testimony to the variety of social and cultural preoccupations. The Book in Ireland, edited by Jacqueline Genet, Sylvie Mikowski and Fabienne Garcier, explores these various enterprises and their impact.


Ireland

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Author: Jim O'Donnell
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ISBN: 9780906980392
Size: 35.72 MB
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Category : Administration of estates
Languages : en
Pages : 500
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The Oxford Handbook Of Modern Irish Fiction

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Author: Liam Harte
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198754892
Size: 19.16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 704
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Book Description: Presents essays by thirty-five leading scholars of Irish fiction that provide authoritative assessments of the breadth and achievement of Irish novelists and short story writers.