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Rails Through Tipperary: Limerick to Waterford: Including Nenagh, Killaloe and Cashel Branches, Thurles to Clonmel and Limerick Junction

Beaumont, Jonathan
9781780733395
A scenic photographic odyssey through the 'Golden Vale' of County Tipperary covering the route from Limerick to Waterford along with the branches and section of the Dublin-Cork main line that intersects them. Drawing primarily from the photos of Barry Carse, the book illustrates these lines from 1960 onwards.
€20.00

Laethanta Sona

Beckett, Samuel
9781851322688
Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days", translated for the first time into Irish by Micheal O Conghaile. Premiering at the Dublin Theatre Festival in 2021 in a production by Sarah Jane Scaife for Company SJ.
€17.95

Voices From The Void

Beville, Kieran
9781838389512
€12.00

Conclusions

Boorman, John
9780571353804
Chosen as one of Sight & Sound's 'Best Film Books of the Year' John Boorman is one of the cinema's authentic visionaries, drawn to myths and dreams. In Conclusions Boorman summarises what he has learned about the craft of film-making, and wishes to pass on to the next generation of film-makers.
€13.16

Challenge to Power: Nixie Boran (1904-1971)

Boran, Anne
9780906602973
€40.00

Building the Ark

Boran, Pat
9780993172656
Building the Ark is a single-poem volume by Pat Boran, with accompanying images. Part of the poet’s ongoing series of independent publications, it is published by Orange Crate Books on 12 January 2022 in a limited edition of 100 copies only, signed and numbered by the poet.
€10.00

Cuma agus Claochmu : Mutagenesis : A Bilingual Play

Brennan, Deirdre
9781851322398
€15.00

On Bloody Sunday: A New History Of The Day And Its Aftermath - By The People Who Were There

Campbell, Julieann
9781800960404
The first ever complete oral history of one of the darkest episodes of modern times.
€29.91

On Bloody Sunday: A New History Of The Day And Its Aftermath - By The People Who Were There

Campbell, Julieann
9781800960480
The first ever complete oral history of one of the darkest episodes of modern times.
€20.33
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