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Tells of the diverse events which befall Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus in Dublin on 16 June 1904, during which Bloom's wife, Molly, commits adultery. Initially deemed obscene in England and the USA, this novel, revolutionary in its Modernistic experimentalism, was hailed as a work of genius by W B Yeats, T S Eliot and Ernest Hemingway.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Part of Alma Classics Evergreen series at GBP4.99. Oscar Wilde's only full-length novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray is a lasting gem of sophisticated wit and playfulness, which brings together all the best elements of his talent in a reinterpretation of the Faustian myth. This edition contains photographs and a wealth of extra material.

NORA: A Love Story of Nora Barnacle and James Joyce

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When Nora Barnacle, a twenty-year-old from Galway working as a maid at Finn's Hotel, meets young James Joyce on a summer's day in Dublin, she is instantly attracted to him, natural and daring in his company. But she cannot yet imagine the extraordinary life they will share together. All Nora knows is she likes her Jim enough to leave behind family and home, in search of a bigger, more exciting life.


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The razor-sharp, violent and darkly comic second novel from actor, comedian and writer Ardal O'Hanlon.
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Burning the Big House: The Story of the Irish Country House in a Time of War and Revolution

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The gripping story of the tumultuous destruction of the Irish country house, spanning the revolutionary years of 1912 to 1923

Climb with Charlie

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In 2021, veteran Irish journalist Charlie Bird announced that he has motor neurone disease. He decided to organise a charity climb of Ireland’s famous Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. In the end, he created a national event and raised almost €3 million for charity. This is a record of that unforgettable day.


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Martina Devlin, an award-winning columnist for the Irish Independent and podcaster for Dublin City of Literature #CityofBooks, has delivered a new novel based on the life of Edith Somerville of 'Somerville and Ross' fame - authors of The Irish R.M.

Left Without a Handkerchief

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Left without a Handkerchief contains ten stories of destruction and loss during the Irish War of Independence and Civil War.

The Ballycotton Job

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An astonishing act of piracy, the capture of the British war ship, the Upnor changed the course of Ireland's Civil War. Flawless in its planning and execution, while Winston Churchill remarked on Irish 'genius for conspiracy', a furious Michael Collins accused the British of deliberately arming his enemies. Indeed, it's highly likely that the bullet that killed him originated in the Upnor.

Irish in Your Pocket

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A handy little language aid designed to be carried by Irish learners at all times. The booklet offers basic Irish grammar rules, as well as everyday phrases and a collection of the most commonly used Irish words.