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A Ghost in the Throat

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Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Non-Fiction Book of the Year... A Dubray Staff Recommended Read... A fluid hybrid of essay and autofiction to explore the ways in which a life can be changed in response to the discovery of another's - in this case, Eibhli n Dubh Ni Chonaill's Caoineadh Airt Ui Laoghaire, famously referred to by Peter Levi as `the greatest poem written in either Ireland or Britain during the eighteenth century.'

Intimate City: Dublin Essays

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Intimate City: Dublin Essays, Peter Sirr’s rich and rewarding essays reflect a long-standing attachment to and obsession with the Dublins of the past and present.

Leonard and Hungry Paul

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LEONARD AND HUNGRY PAUL is the story of two friends who ordinarily would remain uncelebrated. They change the world differently to the rest of us: we try and change it by effort and force; they change it by discovering the small things they can do well and offering them to others.
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Jack is five. He lives with his Ma. They live in a single, locked room. They don't have the key. Jack and Ma are prisoners. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2010

Ireland an Aerial View

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Sorry for Your Trouble: The Irish Way of Death

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A Dubray Staff Recommended Read... Sorry for Your Trouble sheds fresh, wise and witty light on a key pillar of Irish culture- a vast but strangely underexplored subject. Rich, sparkling and eye-opening, it is one of the best books ever written about Irish life.
€18.99 €20.00

Ireland 1922 - Independence, Partition, Civil War

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Focusing on events in Ireland and abroad, the publication explores a pivotal year which saw three major events usher in the final phase of Ireland’s revolution.

The End of the World is a Cul de Sac

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Teach Your Dog Irish

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A light-hearted, fully-illustrated retro-style picture book with 50+ words and phrases you can use to practise your Irish with your furry best friend. -- Y Lolfa

On The Banks of the Dodder: Rathgar & Churchtown: An Illustrated History

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Take a trip along the Dodder and see the two suburbs, Rathgar and Churchtown, nestling on opposite banks. Their evolution gives a unique view on the development of Dublin and Ireland through the centuries: from fields and farms to the densely-populated, busy suburbs of the 21st century.