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Byrne, Angela
From the author of Not Forgotten and Miss Fitzgerald comes a further chapter of Angela Byrne’s remarkable story of the perseverance of the Irish spirit. A poignant, absorbing tale of life in Revolutionary Ireland, Homeward charts the struggles of one family to maintain their homestead in the face of misfortunes and cruelty. Richie Fitzgerald visits his ancestral home of Bruff, Co. Limerick in a chaotic 1916 with a backdrop of revolution brewing, only to learn of the maltreatment of the O’Keeffe family, the inhabitants of the house the Fitzgeralds owned. Their daughter Aoife is raped by British soldiers and then poorly treated by the local nuns entrusted with her care and recovery. Eventually the family must face the choice of staying or fleeing their old home.

Conversations About Activism and Change: Independent Living Movement Ireland and Thirty Years of Disability Rights

Fitzgerald, Sarah
Due for publication Decmeber 2022 arrived April 2023 and relisted.

A Little History of the Future of Dublin

McDonald, Frank

Colm Ó Briain : A Coat of Many Colours

O Briain, Muireann

Snátha den Seansaol : Strands of Traditional Life on the Blaskets and Mainland

O Healai, Padraig
Essays on Blasket and mainland folklore.

Tales from the Tower : A Personal History of the James Joyce Tower and Museum by its Curators

Veale Igoe, Vivien
Accompanied by a rich selection of photographs of the people and events in the museum’s history, this book is not only a history of an amazing local landmark and tourist trail highlight, but a treasure trove for Joyceans everywhere.