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New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In April 2024

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Without Covenant

Allen, Graham
9781915022547
Latest collection from Cork poet based at UCC
€12.00

Bored of Lunch Healthy Air Fryer: 30 Minute Meals

Anthony, Nathan
9781529914511
€23.76

Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2023

Arthur Cox Employment Law Group
9781526527981
€99.00

A Furious Devotion: The Life of Shane Macgowan

Balls, Richard
9781915841469
The definitive biography of Shane MacGowan, fully updated. This is the complete and extraordinary journey of the Pogues' notorious frontman from outcast to national treasure.
€15.43

Summary Judgment in Ireland: Principles and Defences

Barrett, Pat J (University College Cork,
9781526506566
€195.00

Tattoos

Bourke, Eva
9781915629272
€12.50

Peace Comes Dropping Slow : My Life in the Troubles

Bradley, Denis
9781785375002
Once played out in the shadows, Bradley’s pivotal role in Northern Ireland’s peace process is finally illuminated in this engrossing memoir.
€18.99

Nickey Brennan - The Legends Series

Brennan, Nickey
9781910827741
Nickey Brennan won All-Irelands with Kilkenny and managed the most successful county in hurling, before becoming President of the GAA. His memoir offers a breathtaking look at the fullest GAA life.
€20.00

The Conversation

Burns, Jo
9781907682971
THE CONVERSATION is a collaborative poetry collection by Jo Burns and Emily Cooper which imagines a conversation held between Marie-Thérèse Walter, Dora Maar and Françoise Gilot, three of Picasso’s lovers and subjects.
€16.00

What Remains the Same

Carragher, Alvy
9781911338765
In Alvy Carragher’s compelling new collection journeys are strivings to escape.
€12.95

What Remains the Same

Carragher, Alvy
9781911338772
In Alvy Carragher’s compelling new collection journeys are strivings to escape.
€19.50

Yeats, Revival, and the Temporalities of Irish Modernism

Castle, Gregory (Arizona State Universit
9781009411677
By examining Yeats's worldmaking capacity to engage with the Irish past, this book offers a new understanding of Yeats's revivalism and its relation to his modernism. It considers, through close reading and contextual analysis, the nature of Yeats's achievements and innovations in poetry, drama, essays, autobiography, and occult philosophy.
€99.49
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