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New & For thcoming 2011 – 2012
1 N ew & Fo r t hc oming 2011 – 20 12
H i s tor y
Ten Thousand Saints
A Study in Irish and European Origins Huber t Butler Butler uses linguistics to trace the origins of myths and saints back to preCeltic Ireland and Europe, showing how these stories and names – ancestors of half-forgotten tribes – became absorbed by Christian mythology. First published in 1972, Ten Thousand Saints raises fascinating problems, which take us behind the frontiers of recorded history to the remote wanderings of European peoples, to the clash of the tribes and tongues, as now affirmed by dna research. ‘The range of subjects, the style which speaks of such a sharp mind, and the sheer humanity of these works produced over a long period display a consistently high standard that is equalled by few other Irish writers.’ – Alan Harrison, late Professor of Modern Irish in UCD Hubert Butler (1900–91) was born in Kilkenny and educated at Oxford.
€20.00 pb 296 pages 978-1-84351-148-9
Goodbye Again Joseph Hone The chance discovery of an invaluable Modigliani nude in Dublin leads to a thrilling chase through France and Italy, as raffish painter Ben and the beautiful Elsa are drawn into the sinister underbelly of the art world: the secretive trade of art looted by the Nazis in the Second World War. Packed with narrative suspense and sumptuous evocations of a long-forgotten Europe, Goodbye Again is a dramatic intrigue about how our past ultimately dectermines who we really are. ‘A splendid thriller: thoroughly contemporary, menacing, subtle and full of ingenious twists.’ – James Hamilton Paterson Joseph Hone, author of crime thrillers and travel books, teaches in Oxfordshire in England. His memoir Wicked Little Joe was published by Lilliput Press in 2009.
€9.99 pb 296 pages 978-1-84351-189-2
N ew & Fo r t h c om in g 2 0 1 1 – 201 2
Kathy Gilfillan, editor
Alison Maxwell & Shay Harpur
This second anthology of memories and impressions by Trinity College students includes such personalities as pop impresario Paul McGuinness, theatre director Michael Colgan, publisher Antony Farrell, writer James Ryan, historian Robert O’Byrne, judge Fidelma Macken, actor Daniel Reardon and others who have, in their different ways, shaped the Ireland of today. The 1970s was a particularly tumultuous decade – as political and social upheaval unfolded, Irish youth began to embrace a future free from the constraints of their forefathers: this was the generation that saw it all.
Between 1901 and 1967, actors, writers, film stars, judges, doctors, chancers and characters trundled through the doors of Jammet’s in search of superb food and wine, or banter in the back bars. Pages from the visitors’ book with its autographs and comments are redolent of a golden age: Maureen O’Hara, Micheál Mac Liammóir, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ingrid Bergman, Elizabeth Taylor, the Beverley Sisters and John Lennon. Added to this mix are original menu cards and recipes, photographs, paintings and sketches, anecdotes from staff and customers — a feast of rich culinary memories and rare insights into the social and cultural life of Dublin for the sixty-six years of Jammet’s treasured existence.
Trinity College Dublin in the Seventies
Kathy Gilfillan studied German and English at Trinity from 1968 to 1972. She has worked as a design researcher; copywriter; screenwriter and freelance journalist.
€20.00 pb 272 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-191-5
The Only French Restaurant in Dublin
Alison Maxwell is a graduate of the Creative Writing MA, UCD. The late Shay Harpur rose from busboy to sommelier at Jammet’s.
€16.99 pb 272 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-201-1 €40.00 hb 272 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-203-5
N ew & Fo r t hc oming 20 11 – 2012
Bi o g ra p hy
Oil and Water
Amanda Bell, editor
This book traces the rise and decline of the Anglo-Irish country gentry during the lifetime of Molly Keane (19o4–96), one of its most original and witty novelists. Her career spanned two world wars, the 1916 Rising and the civil war. Molly Keane’s writing is examined from a first novel in her teens through discussion of her eleven subsequent books and five plays. The early death of her husband, followed by the failure of her last play in 1942, effectively stopped her writing for almost twenty years, until the explosive release of her much-loved novels Good Behaviour, Time After Time and Loving and Giving in the 1980s, when she became a media star.
For fifty years, architectural historian Maurice Craig carried a camera nearly everywhere he went. The resulting collection was donated to the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA). Many of these photographs originally featured in the IAA’s 2006 exhibition ‘Maurice Craig: Fifty Years of Photographing Ireland’; others appeared in his best-selling Ireland Observed (1980), co-authored with the Knight of Glin. With an introduction by the photographer and an afterword by Edward McParland, this book is part memento mori, part historical document – a tribute not only to the architecture and buildings of Ireland, but also to one of its greatest champions.
Marjorie Quarton was born in Tipperary in 1930. Her three previous books have been published by The Lilliput Press.
Maurice Craig (1919–2011) was born in Belfast and educated at Cambridge and TCD. Amanda Bell is a freelance editor living in Dublin.
€16.99 pb 196 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-197-7
€25.00 hb 128 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-200-4
Molly Keane and Her World
P hoto gra phy
N ew & Fo r t h c om in g 2 0 1 1 – 201 2
Bi ogra phy
Solitary and Wild
Frederick MacNeice and the Salvation of Ireland
David Fitzpatrick For lovers of Louis MacNeice’s poetry, his father, Frederick MacNeice (1866–1942) is a reassuring presence: born to Connemara missioners, this Church of Ireland clergyman, who rose to be Bishop of Down, was not afraid to reject the Ulster Covenant, denounce sectarianism, and espouse Irish nationalism. However, he was not a Home Ruler but an all-Ireland Unionist and enthusiastic Orangeman. Using unfamiliar archives and local newspapers, as well as the writings of both father and son, Solitary and Wild admirably reconstructs the disparate worlds of Frederick MacNeice. David Fitzpatrick is Professor of Modern History at Trinity College Dublin. He is author of numerous works on Irish history. His edited collection of essays, Terror in Ireland 1916–1923, will be published in 2012.
€40.00 hb 444 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-194-6
P hoto gra phy
The Palm House
Photography by Amelia Stein Foreword by John Banville, text by Brendan Sayers
Amelia Stein This monograph of 121 stunning black-and-white photographs taken at the National Botanical Gardens in Glasnevin, Dublin, beautifully illustrates the great Palm House, prior to its restoration in 2002. The photographs capture the cluttered jungle, worn by time, and held high in affection by visitors enchanted with its lofty green paradise. In the accompanying botanical text, Brendan Sayers, keeper of the Palm House, relates how a visitor felt on entering and exploring this exotic green world, conveying a history and origin of the planting, and the importance of the collection. Amelia Stein lives and works in Dublin. She is a member of Aosdána and was the first photographer to be elected to the Royal Hibernian Academy.
€40.00 hb 128 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-182-3 €150.00 ltd edn. 128 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-187-8
N ew & Fo r t hc oming 2011 – 20 12
Susan Wood’s Ireland
C o r m a c K.H. O ’ M a l l e y a n d N i c h o l a s A l l e n , editors. Afterword by David Lloyd
S u s a n Wo o d
Selected Letters of Ernie O’Malley 1924–1957
Ernie O’Malley, revolutionary, writer and modernist, was one of the leading figures in the Irish independence and civil wars. For the first time, this new collection of letters, diaries and fragments opens up the broad panorama of his life to readers, enriching the history of Ireland’s troubled origins. Broken Landscapes tells of his journeys afterwards in Europe and the Americas, including Taos, where he mingled with the artistic set around D.H. Lawrence, and of friendships with Patrick Kavanagh, Liam O’Flaherty, Louis MacNeice and Jack B. Yeats. Through these wonderful chronicles we are able to perceive the intellectual foundations of twentieth-century Ireland. Cormac K.H. O’Malley is a legal consultant based in New York and son of Ernie O’Malley. Nicholas Allen is Moore Institute Professor at NUIG.
P hoto gra phy
€40.00 hb 560 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-195-3
Introductory essay by Robert O’Byrne In 1969 renowned American photographer Susan Wood was sent to Ireland on an assignment by Vogue magazine. The images she took during her travels across the country – many of them never published – reveal a world now entirely vanished: towns and roads almost devoid of traffic; small thatched farmsteads still serving as family homes; a landscape untouched for centuries. With a pithy introduction by Robert O’Byrne, Susan Wood’s Ireland presents a country on the cusp of change and an Ireland lost forever. Susan Wood is an American photographer most notable for her work on movies such as Easy Rider and for her portraits of John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Susan Sontag and Joseph Heller, among others. She photographed extensively in Ireland in the late 1960s and 1970s.
€24.99 hb 162 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-204-2
N ew & Fo r t h c om in g 2 0 1 1 – 201 2
Essa ys History
H is tory
The Appleman and the Poet
Ireland’s Other History
Huber t Butler Antony Farrell, editor
With this luscious, posthumous windfall, Lilliput offers a fifth collection of Butler’s essays, found after his death, a capstone to the project begun with Escape from the Anthill in 1985: to bring to light the works of one of Ireland’s great prose writers of the twentieth century. Each essay is as resonant and rewarding as those in the existing canon. The Selected Letters will follow. Subject areas include: Russia in the 1930s (Leningrad and Soviet literature), Europe after the War (Spain, Balkans), North America in the 1960s (Church and State under Reagan), Autobiography, Ireland (Southern Protestantism, local history and archaeology), Literature (Joyce, Yeats and Rebecca West) – an astonishing variety of pieces composed between 1930 and 1990. Afterword and Bibliography by Butler scholar Robert Tobin.
From the uncertain first dawn of human presence on the island, to the death of the old order at Kinsale in 1602, Hector McDonnell delves into Ireland’s cultural past. Although the island has always been a world apart, it has also been a destination for people looking for a place to settle, or for desired raw materials. The author traces the material and linguistic influences of other parts of Europe and beyond on the Irish character, and the drastic effects of prehistoric climatic upheavals and market collapses, while examining their legacy and relevance to today’s environmental, economic and cultural concerns. His detailed drawings complement and embellish the narrative. Hector McDonnell, one of Ireland’s leading artists, has written and illustrated several books. These include Ireland’s Other Poetry, a series co-edited with John Wyse Jackson and published by The Lilliput Press.
Hubert Butler (1900–91) is Ireland’s best-known international essayist.
€25.00 hb 352 pages 978-1-84351-267-7
€18.00 pb 176 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-266-2
N ew & Fo r t hc oming 2011 – 20 12
Terror in Ireland 1916–1923
David Fitzpatrick, editor
These stories are set in Portobello, on the edge of Dublin city, just inside the canal. Its characters are like that – on the edge of life: Michael, the country boy who drowns himself; Harry, the old Jewish dealer living alone; Liam, the simple emigrant returning on a visit. Through their eyes, we follow the author’s progress. Old friends are met, in loss or renewal, making or trying to make fresh starts, or looking back though the glass of time. Disappointment, happiness and uncertainty lead to the realization that this place has become what the author had always thought was elsewhere – his home. Written over the past thirty years, together they form a greater story – that of one man’s life in one place.
The practice of terror in revolutionary Ireland remains a highly controversial topic, which seldom receives balanced and dispassionate treatment. This collection of essays in memory of Peter Hart (1963–2010), by Brian Hanley, Anne Dolan, Eunan O’Halpin, Jane Leonard, Thomas Earls FitzGerald and others, illuminates the origins, forms and consequences of terror, whether practised by republicans or government forces. It is the fifth production of the Trinity History Workshop, an informal group of academic historians, research students, and undergraduates associated with Trinity College Dublin. Anybody interested in the Irish Revolution will find provocation and enlightenment in this book. Its purpose is not to assign blame, but to offer multiple perspectives on one of the most contentious periods of Irish history.
Adrian Kenny, born in Dublin in 1945, was educated at Gonzaga College and University College Dublin. He has worked as an English teacher in Ireland and abroad, and as a freelance journalist and broadcaster. The Family Business, an autobiography, was published by The Lilliput Press in 1999.
H is tory
€9.99 pb 160 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-202-8
David Fitzpatrick is Professor of Modern History at Trinity College Dublin and is author of several works relating to Ireland in the twentieth century.
€14.99 pb 224 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-199-1
N ew & Fo r t h c om in g 2 0 1 1 – 201 2
P o e tr y
The Caravaggio Conspiracy
Collected Poems 1952–2010
Wa l t e r E l l i s
Caravaggio (1571–1610), a favourite of popes and wealthy bankers – the greatest artist since Titian – discovered a secret so dark that it threatened the existence of the Catholic Church. Four hundred years after his death, Declan O’Malley, Irish-born Jesuit Superior General, learns that a German cardinal has died in mysterious circumstances. With his nephew Liam Dempsey he unravels clues leading to a macabre plot, bringing him into conflict with the virulently anti-Muslim fellow prelate Cardinal Bosani. As Dempsey finds a link between Bosani and Caravaggio’s lost masterpiece, The Betrayal of Christ, newly unveiled in Dublin, Islamic terrorists prepare a bloody attack. The painting becomes the key to a centuries-old conspiracy.
With John Montague and Thomas Kinsella, Richard Murphy emerged in the 1950s as one of the three major poets in Ireland’s poetic renaissance. From Sailing to an Island (1963) and The Battle of Aughrim (1968) to High Island (1976) and The Price of Stone (1985), he has delivered great volumes of powerful lyric poems that evoke Ireland’s western seaboard, fields and monuments, with plangent, eloquent portraits of her people and pasts.
Walter Ellis, writer and journalist, born in Belfast, now lives in New York. He is author of The Oxbridge Conspiracy (1995) and The Beginning of the End (2006), a memoir. The Caravaggio Conspiracy is his first novel.
€15.00 pb 280 pages 978-1-84351-198-4
‘Richard Murphy’s verse is classical in a way that demonstrates what the classical strengths really are. It combines a high music with simplicity, force and directness in dealing with the world of action ... behind his poems we feel not the assertion of his personality, but the actuality of events, the facts and sufferings of history.’ – Ted Hughes Richard Murphy, born in Co. Mayo in 1927, is an Irish poet and a member of Aosdána. He currently lives in Sri Lanka.
€18.00 hb 232 pages 978-1-84351-263-9
N ew & Fo r t hc om ing 2011 – 20 12
L i t e r a t u re
Myles Before Myles
Myles Away from Dublin
Myles Before Myles is a wonderful selection of writings from the pen of Brian O’Nolan. In this fun-filled extravaganza he is, above all, an entertainer, a ‘gas man’. Like much of O’Nolan’s most characteristically exuberant work, the pieces in this collection did not originally appear in book form, but in periodicals and newspapers that are now almost impossible to find, such as UCD’s Blather magazine from the 1930s. Myles Before Myles reveals that some of his wittiest and most unusual writings were published years before Myles na gCopaleen (or Flann O’Brien) had even been born, and were destined to lie in almost complete obscurity for many decades.
Flann O’Brien adopted not only a new name (George Knowall) for these rarely seen pieces, but also a new persona. Writing his column ‘Bones of Contention’ for The Nationalist & Leinster Times between 1960 and 1966, he took on the character of the quizzical and enquiring humorist who might be found in a respectable public house in Carlow: erudite, urbane and informative, he is the country cousin of the Myles of Dublin, another facet of this complex, delightful Dublin writer.
Selected and introduced by Martin Green
Flann O’Brien (aka Brian O’Nolan, Myles na gCopaleen, George Knowall, Donnie Brooke) is a cult hero – new readers will discover that he is one of the funniest writers in any language, at any time.
L i t e r a t u re
€12.99 pb 232 pages 978-1-84351-264-6
Selected and introduced by John Wyse Jackson
Flann O’Brien, born in 1911 in Co. Tyrone, died in Dublin on 1 April 1966. His novels include At Swim-Two-Birds, The Dalkey Archive, The Hard Life, The Third Policeman and The Poor Mouth. His Pythonesque journalistic satire and commentary is now recognized as his greatest literary legacy.
€12.99 pb 232 pages 978-1-84351-265-3
N ew & Fo r t h c om in g 2 0 1 1 – 201 2
A Record of Irish Ballads Niall Murphy Niall Murphy imbibed Ireland’s ballads as mother’s milk: they nurtured his childhood, colouring his youth and comforting his days. Through this carefully winnowed gathering of one hundred Irish ballads, conserved in a folklife that speaks across generations – a deep tradition in the true voice of the people – that journey is recounted. From ‘Brennan of the Moor’ via ‘She Moved through the Fair’ and ‘Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye’ to ‘The Parting Glass’, Ireland’s micro-histories are blended and distilled in a personal narrative. A Record of Irish Ballads is at once comprehensive and engaging. Lyrics, commentary and iconography thrillingly converge in this unique sonic quest, which pays tribute to the best of an enduring songscape. Niall Murphy, born in 1943, is a native of Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary. He is author of A Bloomsday Postcard (2001), and a lifelong collector and raconteur. He lives in Drogheda, Co. Louth.
€20.00 pb 288 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-266-0
Mem o ir
Kiss the Wind
A Waterboy’s Adventures in Music Mike Scott Mike Scott’s mercurial and influential Waterboys are best known for classic songs like ‘The Whole of the Moon’ and ground-breaking albums including Fisherman’s Blues (1988), famously recorded in Ireland. This devastatingly honest, beautifully crafted memoir describes the shamanic journey of a rock’n’roll seeker and a troubadour in quest of musical frontiers; it is serious, funny, profound, whimsical, revealing and enigmatic. Kiss The Wind doesn’t unravel the myths surrounding one of Scotland’s modern heroes and Ireland’s adopted sons; it blows them to smithereens. Michael ‘Mike’ Scott is founding member, lead singer and chief songwriter of rock band The Waterboys, one of the most beloved British and Irish groups. His latest album is An Appointment With Mr Yeats.
€25.oo hb 256 pages illustrated 978-1-84351-190-8
Recent 2010 – 2011
rec eRe nt —nt – Spr sp r i n g 2 0 11 ce ing 2011
John Ford, Abbey Actors and the Irish Revival in Hollywood Adrian Frazier
The Shadow of James Joyce Chapelizod & Environs Motoko Fujita
‘This book is an unalloyed pleasure to hold and to glance through – a sensual delight ... paper, typeface, photos – the whole production is a glowing tribute to the art of the book itself.’ – Mike McCormack
This is a homage to James Joyce, whose last great masterpiece, Finnegans Wake, had its locale in Chapelizod. Contemporary Japanese photographer Motoko Fujita captures the spirit and body of this historic village on Dublin’s fringes, and the enclosure of Phoenix Park that surrounds it. In over sixty stunning black-andwhite images, she walks the viewer through a townscape and landscape little changed in the seventy years since Joyce’s death, commemorating, as did he, the essence of a natural world fixed in time. The result is an immersive journey of recall and renewal. With essays by leading Dublin Joyceans Danis Rose, Barry McGovern, David Norris and others.
€20.00 pb 304 pages 978-1-84351-181-6
€20.00 pb 128 pages 978-1-84351-193-9
Frazier traces the remarkable life stories of Irish Abbey actors in their migration from Dublin to California during the 1930s, signifying elements of the Irish Revival mutated from world theatre to global cinema. Richly illustrated, with a sparkling narrative, Hollywood Irish brings depth and perspective to Ireland’s part in the fashioning of American identity, aided by film director John Ford, né Sean Martin Aloysius O’Feeney.
Barrie Cooke K a r e n S w e e n e y, e d i t o r The Irish Museum of Modern Art and The Lilliput Press have joined forces to produce this beautifully illustrated monograph, with over eighty full-colour plates, a catalogue listing and bibliography. Barrie Cooke is one of Ireland’s foremost painters to have emerged since the mid-twentieth century. His richly expressionist, semi-abstract works anticipate those of Francis Bacon and Damien Hirst. Spanning the entire career of this major contemporary artist, Barrie Cooke documents and celebrates his oeuvre, and is complemented by essays from Seamus Heaney, Brian Dillon and Karen Sweeney, and an interview with the artist Dorothy Cross. €35.00 hb 168 pages 978-1-84351-196-0
Re c e nt – Spr in g 201 1
Stopping by Woods
A Guide to the Forests and Woodlands of Ireland Donal Magner In this fascinating guide to the 340 forests and woodlands open to the public throughout Ireland, Magner writes with rare insight about forests he has worked in and visited over his years as forester and journalist. The book provides readers with a deep understanding of Irish forests, their heritage and associated flora and fauna. It includes over 900 colour photographs. ‘A hefty and strikingly handsome new book ... the walks he describes must make up the widest field of experience of any forester on the island.’ – Michael Viney, The Irish Times €25.00 pb 546 pages 978-1-84351-169-4 €35.00 hb 978-1-84351-170-0
Graphic Studio Dublin and the Origins of Fine-Art Printmaking in Ireland Brian Lalor F o r e w o r d b y C o l m Tó i b í n Ink-Stained Hands fills a considerable gap in Irish visual arts publications, as the first book to present the activities of printmakers in Ireland from the end of the nineteenth century to the present. The central narrative of this sumptuously illustrated, profusely documented book, is the foundation of Graphic Studio Dublin in 1960, which revolutionized graphic arts in Ireland and opened up the European tradition of printmaking to Irish artists. A fascicle of Paul Muldoon’s Incantata and an original print by the author accompanies the limited edition. €60.00 hb 324 pages 978-1-84351-177-9 €250.00 ltd edn. 978-1-84351-186-1
My Traitor Sorj Chalandon My Traitor, translated from the French novel Mon Traître, tells the story of Antoine, an idealistic young French violin-maker, who finds himself in Belfast in 1977, propelled into the heart of the Republican movement. He meets Tyrone Meehan, a charismatic high-ranking member of the ira, who is to become his friend and mentor over the next three decades. Its sequel, Retour à Killybegs, has been nominated for the 2011 Prix Goncourt. ‘The book catches, with remarkable atmospheric accuracy, the claustrophobic nature of life behind the barricades ... as good an account of life in the worst period of the Troubles that we are likely to get for some time.’ – Irish Independent €16.99 pb 196 pages 978-1-84351-183-0
Re c ent – 2010
Dan Donnelly 1788–1820
This book tells the remarkable story of an Irishman whose exploits in the bare-knuckle ring made him into an early nineteenth-century folk hero – adored in the poverty-ridden Dublin that spawned him, and feted by English aristocrats with a taste for the sporting life and an eye for a likely wager.
Brian Bourke is considered one of the most significant artists working in Ireland today. In a career spanning over forty years, his output has been enormous. He has worked on a wide range of subject matter, mostly in painting and drawing.
Pugilist, Publican, Playboy
‘Rich in detail, this book captures not only the character of the man but the spirit of the times in which he lived.’ – Irish Independent
16 €12.00 pb 214 pp 978-1-84351-158-8
Five Decades 1960s–2000s
‘With its imprimatur from Seamus Heaney and rich production values from Lilliput, Five Decades would make a wonderful present for someone special.’ – Irish Independent €70.00 hb 320 pp 978-1-84351-172-4 €250.00 ltd ed. 978-1-84351-173-1
The Hunger Strike and the Secret Offer that Changed Irish History R ichard O’R awe ‘Afterlives by Richard O’Rawe is the history of the deal that could have ended the hunger strikes in 1981 and is the book no historian of the period will be able to ignore. O’Rawe makes a contribution to history substantially greater than anything we’ve had to date.’ – www.pageonebook.com
€11.99 pb 240 pp 978-1-84351-184-7
The Dubliner Diaries Tr e v o r W h i t e In 2000 a young Irish journalist returned from New York to launch a magazine about life in boomtown Dublin. The Dubliner was an instant failure, and within a few months was close to bankruptcy. For the next ten years Trevor White struggled to keep his signature magazine afloat. ‘Thoughtful, often hilarious and endearingly self-deprecating ... One of the funniest and most astute pieces of writing yet on the national midlife crisis we briefly called the Celtic Tiger.’ – Paul Howard, aka Ross O’Carroll-Kelly €9.99 pb 256 pp 978-1-84351-180-9
Re c e nt – 201 0
The House of Slamming Doors
Ireland’s Royal Canal
Ruth Delany and Ian Bath
Marjorie Quarton Fore word by Di ana At hi l l
A revised edition of the original 1992 publication, the fruit of many years of research by its authors who have a long history of involvement with Ireland’s inland waterways. They paint a detailed, fascinating picture of the canal, from its planning to the present day. Generously illustrated with photographs, drawings, posters and maps, its publication coincided with the 2010 re-opening of the waterway from the Liffey to the Shannon.
By merging literary memoir, anecdotes and straight talking, Marjorie Quarton provides invaluable insights into the realities of being a writer – a vital toolkit and must-have for any aspiring author.
‘Packed with hilarious incident and pathos … an audacious one-off.’ – The Guardian
This nineteenth-century commonplace book was passed down the generations from Mary Cannon’s kitchen to her many-times greatgranddaughter Marjorie Quarton. Her collection of over 120 recipes – the earliest known in Ireland – forms a unique resource for food historians and guests of the dining table, while commentary and family anecdotes lend it context. Illustrated with drawings by Alice Bouilliez.
€12.99 pb 184 pp 978-1-84351-167-0
€15.00 hb 176 pp 978-1-84351-185-4
€30.00 hb 352 pp 978-1-84351-162-5
€12.99 pb 216 pp 978-1-84351-166-3
Mark Macauley ‘My name is Justin Alexander Torquhil Edward Peregrine Montague, but my father calls me “you little bollocks”. ’ Set in rural Wicklow in the summer of 1963, this is a dark, comedic tale of a bullying father in a dysfunctional Anglo-Irish family. The emotions of a growing boy and life in the ‘big house’ are masterfully portrayed in this debut novel.
Mary Cannon’s Commonplace Book
An Irish Kitchen in the 1700s
Notes and Reflections
‘A wealth of information on every aspect of writing, delivered in a manner that’s always fresh and readable.’ – Books Ireland
Re c ent – 2010
The Devil to Pay
The Story of Alice & Petronilla Hugh Fitzgerald Ryan In 1324, Alice Kytler, the most powerful woman in medieval Kilkenny, and her maid, Petronilla, were condemned to the stake in Ireland’s first witch trial. Portrayed against a backdrop of the struggles between Norman and Gael, the true story of the lives and fate of Alice and Petronilla brings to life a remarkable tapestry of this pivotal era in Irish history. ‘A Balzacian tour-de-force.’ – The Scribbler
18 €12.00 pb 288 pp 978-1-84351-179-3
Desmond Leslie (1921–2001)
The Biography of an Irish Gentleman
The Farm by Lough Gur The Story of Mary Fogarty Mary Carbery
Son of writer Sir Shane Leslie and brother of historian Anita Leslie, Desmond Leslie has never before been the subject of a biography. In portraying the Anglo-Irish during the second half of the twentieth century, as they struggled to find a new role in a rapidly changing world, Robert O’Byrne offers an engaging case study of his propulsive and charismatic subject.
Mary Fogarty (née O’Brien), who grew up in a prosperous farming family in Co. Limerick in the 1860s, told her story to Mary Carbery who ‘ghosted’ this autobiography. A classic when first published in 1937, it is authentic and convincing. Seventyfive years later, there are little or no other accounts of the rural Catholic middle class of the mid-nineteenth century. That beguiling world is sensitively evoked in this engaging narrative of life in Munster profonde.
€20.00 hb 216 pp 978-1-84351-163-2
€15.00 pb 308 pp 978-1-84351-174-8
R ob er t O’Byrne
Essays in tribute to J. Valentine Rice 1935–2006 A i d a n S e e r y, e d i t o r Professor J. Valentine Rice, Chair of Education at Trinity College Dublin (1966–2005), to whom this volume is dedicated, engaged in a richness and diversity of educational debate during his thirty-nine years as a teacher. These essays are examples of the way in which colleagues and students have responded to his influence as teacher, mentor, advocate and friend, as they continue to work and engage in the broad field of education. €25.90 hb 240 pp 978-1-84351-178-6
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Print and Popular Culture in Ireland 1750–1850
Niall Ó Ciosáin This pioneering work looks at popular print culture in Ireland during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, adding a new interdisciplinary dimension to the growing body of studies of popular reading in the past. An intrepretative classic. ‘Extremely well researched, carefully argued and very stimulating. This is a book that has new information and interpretations on almost every page.’ – English Historical Review €14.99 pb 272 pp 978-1-84351-072-7
Before the House Burns Mar y O’Donoghue Set on Ireland’s Atlantic coast, Before the House Burns is a tender, implosive first novel by an award-winning short-story writer and poet. It concerns the lives of its three young narrators, children of a bereaved father and witnesses to a shared grief. ‘Electric, real, utterly modern: this is a voice to welcome and to watch.’ – Anne Enright ‘A resonant, indefatigable début.’ – Rodomontade €12.99 pb 216 pp 978-1-84351-138-
J o h n Wa l s h
Charles Acton, music critic of The Irish Times from 1955 until 1986, was one of the most influential personalities in the arts in Ireland. This illustrated biography, based on personal and family archives dating from the seventeenth century, presents the vivid and complex figure of a young Anglo-Irishman from a landed background in Kilmacurragh, Co. Wicklow, finding his own way in the new Irish state.
An informed, accessible study of a significant family-run institution, which has operated throughout Ireland since its founding in Tandragee, Co. Armagh. The author uses untapped archival sources to analyse the fortunes of the company, and map the changing political, economic and social realities that shaped the context for its development. Eight-four historical photographs.
€30.00 pp 422 pp 978-1-84351-165-6
€30.00 hb 240 pp 978-1-84351-176-2
The Life and World of Charles Acton, 1914–1999
200 Years of Building and Civil Engineering in Ireland
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An Autobiography John Moriarty A rich tapestry of autobiography, mythology, poetry, meditation and philosophy. Those familiar with Moriarty’s earlier works, seeing them grounded in this epic volume, will appreciate the meaning of nostos – ‘homecoming’: a spiritual classic. ‘I am indulging in no idle hyperbole when I say that this autobiography is one of the most remarkable autobiographies I have ever read in my entire life.’ – Paul Durcan
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Leaving Ardglass William King A novel charting forty years of the life and times of the narrator Tom, his early exposure to the LondonIrish building community and his subsequent life as a questioning and often disillusioned priest. A topical, fascinating perspective on Church politics and modern Ireland.
Memoir, Memory and 1798 To m D u n n e The first edition of Rebellions, winner of the 2005 Ewart-Biggs Memorial Prize, dealt with aspects of the Wexford rebellion of 1798. This edition adds reactions of historians to the original publication.
Patrick Kavanagh A Poet’s Country Selected Prose
‘One of the best novels to have come out of Ireland in a long time; it chronicles not just a personal and spiritual journey but the state of a nation over forty years. Outstanding.’ – John Boland, Irish Independent
‘An astonishingly clear-sighted and lucid account of a tragic and disputed episode in Irish history … essential reading for anyone interested in the arguments about how the past cut deeply into the way we live in Ireland now.’ – Colm Tóibín
While Patrick Kavanagh (1904–67) was above all a poet, for most of his life he was a prolific author of critical and autobiographical prose – work for newspapers and magazines was often his main source of income. A Poet’s Country is reliable, scholarly, and immensely entertaining. In this collection, edited by Antoinette Quinn, Kavanagh expresses as no other the voice of rural Ireland in the mid-twentieth century.
€15.00 pb 272 pp 978-1-84351-135-9
€20.00 pb 376 pp 978-1-84351-188-5
€14.99 pb 320 pp 978-1-84351-010-9
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Dead as Doornails
First published in 1976, this classic account of post-war literary Dublin is as funny and colourful as one would expect from an intimate of Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh and Brian O’Nolan (Myles na gCopaleen); a clear-eyed, astringent antidote to what passes for literary history and memory in the Dublin of today.
One of the greatest short-story collections in the English language, Dubliners was first published in London in 1914. Accompanied by illustrations by the artist Louis le Brocquy, it was republished privately by The Dolmen Press in 1986 and is here returned to its Dublin source by The Lilliput Press in an exquisite production. The text derives from Robert Scholes’ definitive edition of 1967, which restores Joyce’s original punctuation and typography.
‘Hilarious in places … the text also has a bracing inner honesty in contrast to the self-pitying school of Irish sentimentalized autobiography.’ – Times Literary Supplement €9.99 pb 204 pp 1-901866-42-4
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Rhapsody in Stephen’s Green – The Insect Play Flann O’Brien Using Karel and Josef Čapek’s Insect Play as source, Flann O’Brien creates his own insect drama, a hilarious satire of Irish stereotypes as warring insects. The lost text of this play was found after fifty years in archives at Northwestern University, Illinois. It was performed at the Gate Theatre in 1943, running only for six nights.
The Atlantean Irish Ireland’s Oriental and Maritime Heritage Bob Quinn
Fore word by B ar r y Cu n l i f fe
‘It gives intriguing insights into neutral Ireland of the 1940s, suffocating in puritanism and insular politics.’ – Peter Lennon, The Guardian
A revised, expanded and newly illustrated edition originally published in 1986, which had followed the author’s Atlantean trilogy of films. Bob Quinn traces Ireland’s archaeological, linguistic, economic and religious connections with the Middle East and North Africa. The Atlantean Irish is an extravagantly illustrated, exciting intervention in Irish cultural history.
€9.99 pb 96 pp 978-1-187467-527-3
€20.00 pb 272 pp 978-1-84351-024-6
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H U B E R T Â B U T L E R The Â Kilkenny-Âborn Â Hubert Â Butler Â (1900â€“91), Â essayist Â and Â controversialist, Â is Â Lilliputâ€™s Â lode-Â star Â and Â was Â the Â Pressâ€™s Â raison Â dâ€™ĂŞtre Â on Â its Â foundation Â in Â 1984+LVĹ•UVWHVVD\FROOHFWLRQ Escape Â from Â the Â Anthill Â (1985), Â followed Â by Â three Â others, Â excited Â recognition Â as Â a Â writer Â of Â international Â stature, Â as Â his Â precient Â works Â appeared Â to Â acclaim Â in Â England, Â the Â USA Â and Â France Â during Â the Â 1990s. Â His Â historic Â study Â of Â Irish Â and Â European Â origins, Â Ten Â Thousand Â Saints, Â was Â freshly Â edited Â and Â reissued Â in Â 2011 Â DQGDĹ•QDOHVVD\FROOHFWLRQThe Â Appleman Â and Â the Â Poet, Â is Â in Â preparation. Â Other Â writings Â will Â be Â available Â as Â ebooks Â later Â in Â 2012. Â â€˜A Â unique Â distillation Â of Â the Â Anglo-ÂIrish Â spirit, Â as Â idiosyncratic, Â mellow Â and Â stimulating Â as Â poteen Â matured Â in Â a Â brandy-Âcask.â€™ Â Â â€“ Â Dervla Â Murphy, Â The Â Irish Â Times
J O H N Â M O R I A R T Y John Â Moriarty Â (1938â€“2007), Â Kerry Â philosopher Â and Â writer, Â has Â been Â a Â powerful Â presence Â on Â Lilliputâ€™s Â list Â since Â the Â 1994 Â appearance Â of Â Dreamtime. Â After Â leaving Â University Â College Â Dublin, Â he Â travelled Â and Â taught Â in Â Europe Â and Â North Â America Â before Â returning Â to Â Conne-Â mara Â to Â write Â his Â meditative Â masterpieces. Â Within Â his Â lifetime Â Lilliput Â published Â eight Â of Â his Â works Â over Â thirteen Â years, Â concluding Â with Â a Â magisterial Â autobiography, Â Nostos, Â and Â its Â sequel, Â What Â the Â Curlew Â Said. Â His Â talks, Â stories Â and Â poetry Â are Â memorably Â conserved Â in Â a Â 13-ÂcD Â boxed Â set, Â One Â Evening Â in Â Eden. Â AĹ•OPGRFXPHQWDU\Dreamtime, Â Revisited, Â by Julius Â Ziz Â and Â DĂłnal Â Ă“ Â CĂŠilleachair, Â will Â premiere Â at Â the Â Dublin Â Film Â Festival, Â spring Â 2012.
â€˜It Â is Â hard Â to Â convey Â the Â sheer Â erudtion Â and Â richness Â of Â content Â of Â John Â Moriartyâ€™s Â remark-Â DEOHDQGHSLFZRUN WKHYRLFHRIDPDMRUFRQWHPSRUDU\Ĺ•JXUHLQ,ULVKOLWHUDWXUH.â€™ Â â€“ Â David Â Lorimer
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D E S M O N D Â H O G A N â€˜0\Ĺ•FWLRQLVDQDWWHPSWWRGHVFULEHSHRSOHZLWKRXWFRXQWU\ZLWKRXWIDPLO\ZKRDUH themselves, Â who Â are Â Travellers.â€™ /LOOLSXWĹ•UVWSXEOLVKHG'HVPRQG+RJDQLQ$IWHUDFDUHHULQ/RQGRQLQWKHVHYHQWLHVand Â eighties, Â followed Â by Â travels Â in Â Europe Â and Â North Â America, Â he Â moved Â back Â to Â Ireland Â to Â a Â remote, Â isolated Â life. Â One Â of Â Irelandâ€™s Â most Â extraordinary, Â under-Âappreciated Â talents, Â his Â short Â stories Â and Â novels Â are Â an Â ode Â to Â the Â Irish Â storytelling Â tradition. Â In Â 2012 Â his Â work Â is Â being Â Â published Â by Â Dalkey Â Archive Â in Â the Â USA Â and Â Edizione Â Playground Â in Â Italy. Â His Â story Â â€˜Kennedyâ€™ Â is Â in Â Aleksandar Â Hemonâ€™s Â Best Â European Â Fiction Â 2012. â€˜'HV+RJDQKDVDOZD\VEHHQWKHUHDOWKLQJÂżDZULWHURIJUHDWRULJLQDOLW\GUDPDWLFĹ–DLU linguistic Â invention Â â€“ Â who Â remakes Â the Â world Â every Â time Â he Â puts Â pen Â to Â paper.â€™ Â â€“ Â Neil Â Jordan
M A R J O R I E Â Q U A R T O N â€˜I Â once Â had Â the Â good Â fortune Â of Â being Â Marjorieâ€™s Â publisher Â so Â I Â came Â to Â know Â her, Â and Â to Â know Â her Â is Â to Â admire Â and Â like Â her Â â€Ś Â She Â has Â turned Â her Â hand Â to Â many Â things, Â all Â of Â which Â she Â has Â done Â so Â well. Â She Â has Â bought Â and Â sold Â horses, Â bred Â and Â trained Â sheepdogs, Â farmed Â sheep, Â been Â an Â antique Â dealer, Â run Â a Â charity Â â€“ Â and Â in Â addition Â to Â all Â this Â has Â been Â a Â successful Â writer,â€™ Â Diana Â Athill Â says Â of Â our Â doyenne Â author. With Â three Â books Â published Â over Â the Â last Â two Â years, Â on Â subjects Â as Â various Â as Â an Â ancient Â recipe Â book, Â an Â authorâ€™s Â vade-Âmecum Â and Â a Â study Â of Â Anglo-ÂIreland Â and Â Molly Â Keane, Â Marjorie Â Quarton Â is Â one Â of Â our Â most Â dynamic, Â enchanting Â and Â accessible Â authors, Â open Â to Â readers Â and Â writers Â alike. Â
L i l l i p u t Â e b o o k s The Â Lilliput Â Pressâ€™ Â ebook Â venture, Â in Â partnership Â with Â Faber Â Factory Â in Â the Â UK, Â offers Â radical Â new Â opportunities. Â :HKDYHFRQYHUWHGĹ•IW\Ĺ•YHWLWOHVIURPRXUEDFNOLVWDQGDIXUWKHUĹ•IW\DUHRQWKHLUZD\/LOOLSXWHERRNVUDQJH from Â literary Â classics, Â such Â as Â Dead Â as Â Doornails Â by Â Anthony Â Cronin Â and Â Cowslips Â and Â Chainies Â by Â Elaine Â Crowley, Â to Â recent Â titles, Â Hollywood Â Irish Â by Â Adrian Â Frazier, Â Watching Â the Â Door Â by Â Kevin Â Myers Â and Â Leaving Â Ardglass Â by Â William Â King. Â We Â are Â also Â re-Âissuing Â some Â vintage Â out-Âof-Âprint Â books, Â many Â of Â which Â will Â now Â only Â be Â available Â in Â ebook Â format: Â for Â example, Â North Â of Â Naples, Â South Â of Â Rome Â by Â Paolo Â Tullio, Â the Â Skelligs Â trilogy Â by Â Michael Â Kirby, Â Conversations Â with Â James Â Joyce Â by Â Arthur Â Power Â and Â Black Â List Â Section Â H Â by Â Francis Â Stuart. In Â addition, Â Lilliput Â has Â acquired Â the Â digital Â rights Â to Â J.P. Â Donleavyâ€™s Â backlist, Â including Â The Â Beastly Â Beatitudes Â of Â Balthazar Â B, Â Meet Â My Â Maker Â the Â Mad Â Molecule, Â The Â Saddest Â Summer Â of Â Samuel Â S, Â Ireland Â â€“ Â A Â Singular Â Country Â and Â The Â History Â of Â the Â Ginger Â Man. Â We Â are Â giving Â generous Â royalty Â terms Â to Â our Â authors Â and Â hope Â to Â expand Â our Â list Â to Â attract Â other Â Irish Â writers Â to Â our Â ebook Â stable. Â Other Â titles Â available Â are Â Myles Â Before Â Myles Â and Â Myles Â Away Â from Â Dublin Â by Â Flann Â Oâ€™Brien.
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TITLE HELEN ROCK’S IRISH GARDENING HIGH TENSION – SHANNON SCHEME HISTORICAL ESSAYS 1938–2001 H/B HOLLYWOOD IRISH HOUSE OF SLAMMING DOORS HUGH LANE 1875–1915 HUMANITY DICK MARTIN IMAGES OF DUBLIN H/B IN RUIN RECONCILED H/B IN THE PRISON OF HIS DAYS IN THE SEASON OF DAISIES INDUCTIVE SCRUTINIES H/B INK-STAINED HANDS H/B INK-STAINED HANDS LTD EDN. INTERPRETING SYNGE H/B INVOKING IRELAND IRELAND & ATLANTIC HERITAGE IRELAND & EUROPEAN UNION IRELAND & NEW ARCHITECTURE H/B IRELAND’S OTHER POETRY H/B IRELANDS ROYAL CANAL 1789–2009 H/B IRELAND’S WELCOME TO STRANGER IRISH ART OF CONTROVERSY IRISH DONKEY IRISH ECCENTRICS IRISH FLOUR MILLING 600–2000 H/B IRISH FLOUR MILLING 600–2000 IRISH NAMES IRISH TRADITION IRISH WOMEN’S MOVEMENT J.M. SYNGE’S TRAVELLING IRELAND H/B JACK DOYLE – GORGEOUS GAEL JAMES JOYCE’S DUBLIN HOUSES JAMES X JAMMET’S OF DUBLIN H/B JAMMET’S OF DUBLIN JOYCE IN ART JOYCEAN MURMOIRS H/B LAND & LEARNING LAND MATTERS LARKS’ EGGS H/B
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KING DALY BARTLETT ROWSON KRAVIS/MORGAN BIELENBURG BIELENBURG GILLESPIE KELLEHER ANDREWS QUARTON BELL MCDOWELL LYONS JEFFER/FRASER O’BYRNE O’BYRNE PRONE WALKER QUARTON MYERS FARRELL ROBINSON CHALANDON O’ROURKE FOSTER KEARNEY KEARNEY FRAWLEY MORIARTY O’MALLEY MORIARTY FLYNN MCCARTHY TAYLOR HOGAN MACDONAGH MORIARTY FOLEY DORIAN WOODS
TITLE LEAVING ARDGLASS LIFE OF COLMAN OF LYNN H/B LIFE OF WOLFE TONE LIFE & OPINIONS, TRISTRAM SHANDY H/B LIVES LESS ORDINARY LOCKE’S DISTILLERY H/B LOCKE’S DISTILLERY LONGFORD – ESSAYS COUNTY HIST H/B MAKING IT NEW MAN OF NO PROPERTY MARY CANNON’S COMMONPLACE BK H/B MAURICE CRAIG – PHOTOGRAPHS H/B MCDOWELL ON MCDOWELL H/B MEMOIRS OF MRS LEESON 1727–1797 MEN, WOMEN & WAR H/B MIND YOUR MANNERS H/B MIND YOUR MANNERS MIRROR, MIRROR MODERN ART IN IRELAND H/B MOLLY KEANE – OIL AND WATER MORE MYERS 1997–2006 MY GENERATION MY TIME IN SPACE H/B MY TRAITOR NATURE GUIDE ARAN ISLANDS NATURE IN IRELAND H/B NAVIGATIONS H/B NAVIGATIONS NEW & COMPLEX SENSATION NIGHT JOURNEY TO BUDDH GAIA NO SURRENDER HERE! H/B NOSTOS – AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY H/B NOTHING TO SAY NOVEMBER WEDDING OCCASIONS OF FAITH OLD SWORDS & OTHER STORIES H/B OLIVER MACDONAGH 1924–2002 H/B ONE EVENING IN EDEN LTD EDN CDS ONLY ART – JACK B. YEATS H/B OUTER EDGE OF ULSTER H/B OVERNIGHT TO INNSBRUCK
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22.04.2008 25.06.1999 01.04.1998 01.01.0001 19.03.1999 01.01.1993 01.01.1993 01.12.1990 15.03.2000 17.05.2001 08.10.2010 01.01.0001 11.03.2008 01.11.1995 01.01.1993 25.11.2004 18.07.2006 11.10.2001 01.11.1997 01.01.0001 04.12.2007 01.11.1996 05.04.2001 21.04.2011 03.04.2006 01.12.1997 30.05.2006 30.05.2006 11.05.2004 03.10.2006 04.12.2007 08.03.2001 09.10.2003 10.07.1998 01.05.1995 02.10.2009 10.10.2008 01.01.0001 07.08.2009 17.08.2000 14.03.2002
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MCCROHAN QUARTON EVANS FLOWER DURCAN FALLON O CIOSAIN GLEESON WATTS NI ANLUAIN DUNNE DICKSON RYAN DAVIS MANRIQUE-HYLAND O’BRIEN O SIOCHAIN DOBBS RICKS MORIARTY FINGAL FUJITA RAUCHBAUER DELANY DELANY BIELENBERG BIELENBERG HOURIHANE ROBINSON SKEFFINGTON KIRBY KIRBY GREGORY FITZPATRICK KINGSTON PERRICK RYAN RYAN DONNELLY CASEY KINGSTON
TITLE PADDY MO – A BIOGRAPHY 1926–1997 H/B PART-TIME WRITER PERSONALITY OF IRELAND POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS POET’S CHAIR POET’S JOURNAL & OTHER WRITINGS H/B PRINT & POPULAR CULTURE 1750–1850 PROMISES TO KEEP PROVOST, TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN H/B READING THE FUTURE REBELLIONS, MEMOIR, MEMORY 1798 REFIGURING IRELAND H/B REMEMBERING HOW WE STOOD REVOLUTIONARY IMPERIALIST 1803–1864 REVOLUTIONS RHAPSODY IN STEPHENS GREEN ROGER CASEMENT H/B RUNNING THE RAPIDS H/B SELECTED POEMS OF JAMES HENRY H/B SERIOUS SOUNDS SEVENTY YEARS YOUNG SHADOW OF JAMES JOYCE SHANE LESLIE – SUBLIME FAILURE H/B SHANNON NAVIGATION H/B SHANNON NAVIGATION SHANNON SCHEME & ELECTRIC H/B SHANNON SCHEME & ELECTRIC SHE MOVES THROUGH THE BOOM SHORES OF CONNEMARA SKEFF – A LIFE OF H/B SKELLIG SUNSET SKELLIGS CALLING SNAPSHOTS SOLITARY & WILD H/B SOMETHING IN THE HEAD SOMETHING TO HIDE SOUTH OF THE BORDER H/B SOUTH OF THE BORDER STATE OF GRACE STATE OF MIND STIMULUS OF SIN
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22.01.2008 23.04.2010 01.12.1992 01.01.1994 29.01.2008 16.08.2005 05.03.2010 02.11.2000 06.05.2008 16.11.2000 22.10.2010 23.10.2003 13.06.2008 17.09.1998 12.10.2004 01.10.1994 22.01.2008 27.09.2005 15.08.2002 10.04.2007 01.12.1991 03.06.2011 22.05.2009 25.03.2008 25.03.2008 06.08.2002 06.08.2002 04.01.2001 01.07.1996 01.12.1990 06.06.2006 05.06.2003 17.05.2001 01.01.0001 28.09.2004 06.02.2007 11.03.2008 11.03.2008 24.04.2003 27.03.2009 25.09.2007
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ROBINSON MAGNER MAGNER MAC INTYRE MAC INTYRE O’BRIEN MURPHY MAXTON LEGG ROBINSON CROWLEY BUTLER ROSE BENSON MOYLAN DOYLE QUINN FINE PHELAN BUTLER ROCHE RYAN WHITE KENNY MONTAGUE DOUTHWAITE BUDD BRYSON CULLEN HOLOHAN MCCARTHY LEONARD AZADEH BRODERICK O’MEARA SANDS MCCOURT MCCOURT DEANE GRAY DEVANEY
TITLE STONES OF ARAN –PILGRIMAGE H/B STOPPING BY WOODS H/B STOPPING BY WOODS STORIES OF THE WANDERING MOON STORY OF A GIRL H/B SUDDEN THAW SWAY OF WINTER SWIFT MAIL SYNGE LETTERS H/B TALES AND IMAGININGS H/B TECHNICAL VIRGINS TEN THOUSAND SAINTS TEXTUAL DIARIES OF JAMES JOYCE H/B THAT WOMAN – STUDIES IRISH BIOG. H/B THE AGE OF REVOLUTION 1776–1815 THE ARAN ISLANDS H/B THE ATLANTEAN IRISH THE BEAT THE CANAL BRIDGE THE CHILDREN OF DRANCY H/B THE COMPANION THE DEVIL TO PAY THE DUBLINER DIARIES THE FAMILY BUSINESS THE FIGURE IN THE CAVE H/B THE GROWTH ILLUSION THE HIST H/B THE INSIDER H/B THE IRISH BRANDY HOUSES H/B THE IRISH CHATEAUX THE IRISH ROOTS GUIDE THE ‘JUNIOR DEAN’ R.B MCDOWELL THE MARRIAGE AT ANTIBES THE PILGRIMAGE THE SINGING MASTERS H/B THE SONGMAN THE YEARS OF BLOOM H/B THE YEARS OF BLOOM THEOBALD WOLFE TONE, BELMONT THREE GUYS & A BOOKCASE H/B THROUGH THE GATE OF IVORY
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15.08.2002 22.11.2010 22.11.2010 30.03.2000 04.09.2003 13.04.2004 03.10.2002 01.09.1994 01.12.1995 06.09.2002 29.10.1998 15.08.2011 01.05.1995 13.06.2005 23.11.2000 25.06.1999 17.12.2004 30.03.2000 11.10.2005 01.12.1987 05.06.2007 08.10.2010 08.10.2010 23.09.1999 01.12.1989 11.11.1999 01.10.1997 13.11.2007 09.03.2000 21.05.1999 01.12.1991 25.09.2003 23.04.1999 28.09.2004 01.12.1990 05.04.2005 01.06.2000 01.06.2001 01.05.1998 11.12.2008 24.04.2003
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