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Darkly comic, touching and at times profoundly sad. Graham Norton employs his acerbic wit to breathe life into a host of lovable characters, and explore - with searing honesty - the complexities and contradictions that make us human
€12.00 €12.55

A Pocket History of Ireland

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From prehistoric times to the present day this comprehensive history presents the story of Ireland in bite-size chunks. With illustrations throughout this is an attractive and practical guide to Ireland's colourful history.

Fierce Appetites

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Dubray Staff Recommend Read.... In this funny, opinionated, and quotable blend of memoir and medieval history, Boyle writes frankly about her life, family and scholarly work. Whether comparing the The Táin to the Marvel universe, or mocking the tendency to package druids, Newgrange and Cú Chulainn into “a mush of non-history with an Enya soundtrack”, her writing is both knowledgeable and provocative. I’ve rarely felt so amused, enlightened, and engaged by a book – one I want to press on everyone! Recommended by Karina Clifford, Dubray Dundrum.
€16.99 €20.95

The Presidents' Letters: An Unexpected History of the Irish State

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With over 400 letters, memos, cards, telegrams, drawings, notes and photographs, The Presidents’ Letters reveals a personal and unexpected story of Ireland since the inauguration of our first president, Douglas Hyde.

Breaking Point

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A gripping and emotional story of a woman pushed to breaking point from an exciting new voice in fiction. Edel Coffey is a well known Irish journalist and this is her debut novel.
€14.99 €18.90

Thirty-Two Words for Field

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A lyrical reminder of Ireland's lost words that offer a different way of seeing the world.

The Treaty, 1921: Records from the Archives

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This lavishly illustrated book, based on the original exhibition, explores the negotiation and signing of the Treaty by the Irish delegation that travelled to London in October 1921, and their day-to-day experience of life in London as the negotiations moved towards their conclusion. It does so through the documentary record that they left behind, much of it retained by the National Archives in Dublin and other archives in Ireland.

Tales from the Fraud Squad

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The Roger Casement Memorial Statue

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This beautifully illustrated publication celebrates the installation of the Roger Casement statue, created by Mark Richards and commissioned by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council as part of the Dún Laoghaire Baths’ restoration project.

These Days

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Two sisters, four nights, one city.
€14.99 €17.80