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Politics and Ideology of 'Dissident' Irish Republicanism: Standing by the Republic

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This book traces the political development of 'dissident' Irish republicanism from the beginnings of the peace process. Based on extensive interviews with activists, it offers an insight into the ideology and motivation of a wide range of radical republican groups and analyses how serious a challenge they mount to the status quo in Ireland. -- .

Brits: The War Against the IRA

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Third part of trilogy documenting modern-day Northern Ireland, by the author of Provos and Loyalists

A Shared Home Place

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Seamus Mallon, Deputy Leader of the SDLP from 1979 to 2001, recounts his happy upbringing in south Armagh as a Catholic in a 90 per cent Protestant village; his turbulent years as a constitutional politician; and his central role in the peace process.

A Hut At The Edge Of The Village

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In this small book of big thoughts, award-winning author, mythologist and storyteller Martin Shaw situates Moriarty's work with respect to our eco-conscious era and a readership seeking spiritual and philosophical guidance.

Dublin's Girl

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Inspired by real life events, a young woman falls for the British officer she has been ordered to betray during the Irish War of Independence.


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*The debut novel by Josephine Hart, reissued as a Virago Modern Classic - a chilling exploration of physical passion and psychological darkness

Kevin Barry: An Irish Rebel in Life and Death

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Atlas of the Great Irish Famine

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The Great Famine is possibly the most pivotal event/experience in modern Irish history. Its global reach and implications cannot be underestimated. In terms of mortality, it is now widely accepted that over a million people perished between the years 1845-1852 and at least one million and a quarter fled the country.

Irish Music For Guitar

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Reporting the Troubles 2: More Journalists Tell Their Stories of the Northern Ireland Conflict

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Following the success of the acclaimed 'Reporting the Troubles' (2018), this book brings together new contributions from over sixty journalists - including Colin Bateman, Gavin Esler, Sir Trevor McDonald, Lindy McDowell and Allison Morris - writing about the events and people they could never forget from their time reporting in Northern Ireland.