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Connemara and Elsewhere

Connemara and Elsewhere
A photographic essay by the French photographer Nicolas Feve, 'Browsing Connemara', with texts drawn from the Connemara trilogy by Tim Robinson, cartographer. Features three new unpublished essays by Tim Robinson.
Our Price: €30.00
ISBN/EAN9781908996374
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Publisher: Royal Irish Academy
Pub. Date: August 29 2014
Author: ROBINSON, TIM
Format: Paperback
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The kernel of this diverting book, edited by Jane Conroy, is a photographic essay by the French photographer Nicolas Feve. 'Browsing Connemara' is threaded through with texts drawn from Tim Robinson's incomparable travel books, the 'Connemara Trilogy'. Robinson is a cartographer from Yorkshire who has been for many years mapping that remote, Irish-speaking region near the western seaboard. The text and photographs are introduced by American ecologist John Elder. The book closes with the treat of 'Elsewhere', three new short pieces from Tim Robinson.
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