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The Voice of the Irish

Book Review: The Voice of the Irish by Michael Staunton

Book Review: The Voice of the Irish by Michael Staunton

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Michael Staunton’s The Voice of the Irish, The Story of Christian Ireland is an overarching scan of Christianity in Ireland, its impact and influence within the Irish people throughout the ages. The book reads very objectively, beginning from the Celts in prehistoric Ireland on up through the time of the “troubles” in Northern Ireland in the

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know ,

At the Dublin Book Festival 2018, Ireland’s place in literary history was highlighted and celebrated, and a new batch of authors were released to the scene in order that they may test their skill and luck in the battle for literary glory. For such a small country, Ireland has held a strong place in the

Dublin Book Festival

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

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Anyone who’s been to Dublin knows it is a city steeped in history. Or is it a town? It’s sort of that awkward middle ground where it should really be a city, but isn’t quite big enough. Anyway, I digress. Smock Alley Theatre, host to this year’s Dublin Book Festival, is no less historic than