Ireland's premier photographers, The Lensmen, captured the essence of life in Ireland during the 1950s in their stunning and thought provoking images. This collection offers a fascinating insight into the cultural and political events of the decade. Showcasing an era of change in Ireland, this book is a celebration of a time gone by.
Newly engaged Lily decides to get the family together for one last weekend at the old family home where they once spent their summers. Except now 'the family' includes her ex-husband Charlie, his new girlfriend Chloe and Lily's fiance Joe ...
A portfolio of 160 photographs, this volume documents the Aran Islands since the early 1960s. It chronicles and records the daily life of the islanders: their seasons, harvests and festivities; their schooling, religion and politics; their fishing, folkways, and their pastimes.
A follow-up instalment to the author's highly acclaimed The Log of the Molly B, this book is a record of one man's attempt to forego modern-day conveniences and social conventions in order to focus on what is truly important. It is illustrated with dozens of full colour plates.
The Irish are an amalgam of peoples, their culture and language shaped as much by Middle Eastern civilizations as by European ones. Bob Quinn traces these archaelogical, linguistic, religious and economic connections.
Ever wonder if you're missing something? Do you know everything you need to know about the Irish? Well, this book gives you the A-Z of everything Irish and is filled to brim with fun and humour! This quirky Irish book is a must have for the Irish here, and abroad, as well as the perfect guide to the Irish for tourists.