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Lost to Ireland: Harry Clarke's Geneva Window

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ISBN/EAN: 9781782189138
2019 is the 130th anniversary of the birth of renowned Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator, Harry Clarke. The aim of this book is to introduce Irish people to one of Ireland’s greatest and most neglected pieces of his art: The Geneva Window. The book provides a short biography of one of Ireland’s greatest artists and the story of the commissioning in 1926 and then controversial rejection of his stained-glass window by the Irish Government in 1930 for being unrepresentative of Irish life. Lost to viewers for many years it was sold to The Wolfsonian Museum, Miami in 1988 where it is currently exhibited. There is now a growing interest in having the window returned to Ireland. The book includes each vivid panel from this beautiful piece of art and explains the story of the 15 pieces of Irish Literature that the window illustrates, all chosen by Harry Clarke and WB Yeats to represent the Irish Literary Revival (1850 - 1926).
Publisher: Columba Press
Pub. Date: October 31 2019
Author: Mullan, Marie
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €16.99


Mad In America (Revised): Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill ***IRISH EXPORT EDITION

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ISBN/EAN: 9781541618060
An updated edition of the classic history of schizophrenia in America, which gives voice to generations of patients who suffered through "cures" that only deepened their suffering and impaired their hope of recovery
Publisher: INGRAM PUBLISHER SERVICES US
Pub. Date: September 10 2019
Author: Whitaker, Robert
Format: Trade PB
Stock: 0
Price: €16.65


Magheracar, Co. Donegal. Mono. Series #12

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ISBN/EAN: 9781446880210
Author: CODY, EAMON
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Price: €30.00


Making of a Detective: A Garda's Story of Investigating Some of Ireland's Most Notorious Crimes

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ISBN/EAN: 9781844884537
When he retired in 2018 Pat Marry had been instrumental in solving dozens of serious crimes, including many murders.

The Making of a Detective is a unique and gripping insight into the work of a dedicated garda operating at the very top of his profession.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Pub. Date: September 26 2019
Author: Marry, Pat
Format: Trade PB
Stock: 1
Price: €16.59


Mamo an Gadai Mor

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ISBN/EAN: 9781910945544
Publisher: Futa Fata
Author: WILLIAMS DAVID
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €9.95


Mental Health for Millenials Vol 3

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ISBN/EAN: 9781916088382
Mental Health For Millennials Vol 3 is part of a a 7 series volume collection (with 2017-2023 publications dates). It contains chapters written by fifteen contributors from Ireland, Northern Ireland and the US on various aspects of mental heath for millennials.
Publisher: Bookhub
Pub. Date: October 15 2019
Author: NOONE, PHIL
Stock: 1
Price: €12.00


Misogynous President (Irish Author)

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ISBN/EAN: 9781912881352
Ronald Crump is an unlikely president - spoilt as a child, difficult in school and a natural heir to his father's real estate business.
Publisher: Book Guild Publishing Ltd
Pub. Date: October 1 2019
Author: Morley, Kevin
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €12.32


More From Less: The surprising story of how we learned to prosper using fewer resources - and what happens next

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ISBN/EAN: 9781471180347
The remarkable story of how business has taken us beyond a tipping point where we have passed 'peak stuff', helping us become more prosperous while using fewer raw materials.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Pub. Date: October 1 2019
Author: McAfee, Andrew
Format: Trade PB
Stock: 0
Price: €16.65


Mostly Hero: Faber Stories

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ISBN/EAN: 9780571355822
Of course, of everybody of whom this particular hero was suspicious, he was most suspicious of femme fatale, of this woman he was in love with.
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Pub. Date: October 17 2019
Author: Burns, Anna
Format: Paperback
Stock: 4
Price: €5.54


Mother House

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ISBN/EAN: 9781911337713
Poems in The Mother House range from the broad, surprising narrative swerve of ‘She Was at the Haymaking’ and the mysterious wound in ‘A Journey’ to the exact detail of ‘the vessels tugging at their tether’ and the lighthouse keeper ‘watching the great revolving spokes / hitting the piled castles of spray’. Stories of historical figures (including the author’s relations) are filtered through tellings. Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin’s meticulous, probing art is like no other. As she writes in ‘Resemblances’, ‘Like everything that I deal with now the room / has a double, a frill of light surrounding it.’
Publisher: The Gallery Press
Pub. Date: October 16 2019
Author: Ni Chuilleanain, Eilean
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €11.95


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