The Irish Times book of the year 2003

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Gill & Macmillan , Dublin
Twenty-first century., Ireland -- History -- 21st century -- Chrono
Statementedited by Peter Murtagh.
GenreChronology.
ContributionsMurtagh, Peter, 1953-., Irish Times.
The Physical Object
Pagination256 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19230278M
ISBN 100717136639

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(RTE Radio 1’s John Murray Show Listeners’ Choice Award winner and National Book Tokens Non-Fiction Book of the Year winner.). 3 An Post Irish Book Awards Prof Luke O’Neill wins Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year 4 ‘He’s Jekyll and Hyde’: The inside story of an Irish barrister and conman 5 The 50 greatest.

A History of Irish Autobiography is the first ever critical survey of autobiographical self-representation in Ireland from its recoverable beginnings to the twenty-first century. The book draws on a wealth of original scholarship by leading experts to provide an authoritative.

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There is a strong Irish Times presence on the Non-Fiction Book of the Year shortlist, with Rosita Boland’s essay collection, Elsewhere, joined by Fintan O’Toole’s Brexit demolition job. 12 Famous Irish Books Everyone Needs to Read.

“obscene” events but has since become so popular that Bloomsday is now celebrated in Dublin on the 16th June every year. is a play by Dubliner Sean O’Casey that charts the life and times of the Clitheroe family during and around the time of the Irish revolutionary period.

The An Post Irish Book Awards winners have been announced. has been a year like no other, but that didn’t stop us from celebrating the best of Irish writing from this year – you can watch the virtual show above, which is full of smiling writers, winning reactions and author interviews, hosted by RTÉ’s Evelyn O’Rourke.

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Worldwide, it has sold more than five million copies. A poor year, too, for Irish writing in general – though Conor Bowman’s Horace Winter Says Goodbye (Hachette Books Ireland, £) was lively and well-written. That said, the book which I most valued this last year was The Dublin Notebook, volume VII of the Oxford Collected Works of Hopkins (Oxford University Press, £), which I.

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