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The House on Parkgate Street & Other Dublin Stories

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Dead Man Talking

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Man on the Bridge: The Photos of Arthur Fields

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Arthur Fields, Dublin-born of Ukrainian emigrants fleeing anti-semitism, was a street photographer who stood on O'Connell Bridge for fifty years taking photos. Unknowingly, he became the unofficial family photographer of a city. A unique crowd-sourced publication, the culmination of the Man on Bridge project, a national photo collection campaign.

Discover Dublin

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Originally published weekly in the south Dublin newspaper The Leader, these popular pieces by journalist Hugh Lambert have now been gathered together in a special collection. Take a ramble and uncover Dublin's curious corners and forgotten alcoves, as well as the colourful characters who have lived in Ireland's capital.

Chef Interrupted

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In April 2001, Trevis Gleason was a chef on the rise, teaching at institutions such as Cornell University and California Culinary Academy. Then one day, he suffered a stroke-like episode and was diagnosed with incurable multiple sclerosis. Trevis' humour in the face of his changed life is sure to inspire and have you coming back for seconds.

Enniskerry: A History

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A history of Enniskerry

Over the Backyard Wall

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Over the Backyard Wall describes a coming of age embodied by escape, self-discovery and a struggle to contend with the rigid culture of a small Irish town in Co. Kilkenny during WWII, with parents representing both sides of the civil war conflict of the 1920s.

Give Us Back the Bad Roads

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Frank O'Connor Omnibus

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A collection of the author's works including "War", "Childhood", "Writers", "Lonely Voices", "Better Quarrelling", "Ireland", "Abroad", and "Last Things". "Childhood" draws on autobiographical writings to present a revealing picture of the author as a boy, the only child of an alcoholic father and doting mother.