A Portrait of Connemara is the first publication of the professional photographer Mark Joyce, a native of Connemara. The book which is both professional and
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Celtic culture and song from the eyes of Dónal Lunny.
Terence Killeen This is a very affecting, admirably thorough account of the connections between James Joyce, the Joyce family and Galway. The most obvious and
Dan Buckley In his poem Dark Ireland, Patrick Kavanagh speaks about the Irish as a “dark people, our eyes ever turned inward”. Saying the rosary
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Ireland needs to promote its rich culture and history of storytelling
Nora Barnacle was the inspiration for Leopold Bloom’s wife, Molly in Ulysses.
Peter Costello John F. Deane is that rarity, a modern Irish poet deeply inspired in his poetry by what he calls in his introduction “the