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Malachy Mccourt's History of Ireland (08 Edition)

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In the successful tradition of Thomas Cahill's modern-day classic. How the Irish Saved Civilization, here is an authoritative and completely engaging one-volume account of Irish history by County Limerick native, gifted storyteller, and bestselling author Malachy McCourt. Its pages are populated with figures from myth, legend, ancient history, and current events, from Cu Chulamn and Brian Boru to Oliver Cromwell, James Joyce, Lady Gregory, Gerry Adams, and Sinead O'Connor--some beloved, some controversial, but all with an undeniable influence on the course of Irish history and in turn, the history of the modern world. McCourt proves an irresistible guide on this vivid tour through the colorful and turbulent history of the Emerald Isle, from the Celtic settlements, through Viking and British occupations, modern troubles and struggle for independence. He also offers fresh insights on the country's cultural contributions to folklore, literature, art, music, and cuisine.

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McCourt proves an irresistible guide on this vivid tour through the colorful and turbulent history of the Emerald Isle. He also offers fresh insights on the country's cultural contributions to folklore, literature, art, music, and cuisine.

Synopsis:

An irresistible tour through the Emerald Isle

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New York Times best-selling author Malachy McCourt offers an authoritative and engrossing one-volume chronicle of Ireland from pre-Christian times to the present, told with Irish flair by the gifted storyteller. The pages are populated with figures from myth, history, and the present, from Saint Patrick to Oliver Cromwell, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Charles Parnell, to Sinead OConnor and Bono. Some beloved, some controversial-each influenced the course of Irish and world history. While McCourt vividly describes Irelands turbulent history, he also offers a cultural survey with fresh insights to the folklore, literature, art, music, and cuisine of Ireland, producing an irresistible tour through the Emerald Isle.

About the Author

County Limerick native Malachy McCourt is the authority to tell the history of Ireland. He has written several books, including the best-selling A Monk Swimming, Singing My Him Song, Danny Boy, Voices of Ireland, and The Claddagh Ring. Complementing his literary work, McCourt is also a skilled actor. He appeared in the television series Oz and in feature films such as The Bonfire of the Vanities. He lives in New York City.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780762431816
Author:
Mccourt, Malachy
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Author:
McCourt, Malachy
Subject:
Europe - Ireland
Subject:
Ireland
Subject:
History
Subject:
Ireland History.
Subject:
Northern Ireland History.
Subject:
World History-Ireland
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20080131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
432
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 16.5 oz

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"Synopsis" by , McCourt proves an irresistible guide on this vivid tour through the colorful and turbulent history of the Emerald Isle. He also offers fresh insights on the country's cultural contributions to folklore, literature, art, music, and cuisine.
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An irresistible tour through the Emerald Isle
"Synopsis" by ,
New York Times best-selling author Malachy McCourt offers an authoritative and engrossing one-volume chronicle of Ireland from pre-Christian times to the present, told with Irish flair by the gifted storyteller. The pages are populated with figures from myth, history, and the present, from Saint Patrick to Oliver Cromwell, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Charles Parnell, to Sinead OConnor and Bono. Some beloved, some controversial-each influenced the course of Irish and world history. While McCourt vividly describes Irelands turbulent history, he also offers a cultural survey with fresh insights to the folklore, literature, art, music, and cuisine of Ireland, producing an irresistible tour through the Emerald Isle.
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