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Wexford Festival Opera—little streets, big heart

Karina Daly talks about how and why she came to write a history of Wexford Festival Opera.

From the Archives—October 2009

A winter book list from October 2009, as we celebrate 45 years.

The Best Address in Town: Henrietta Street’s First Residents

The Best Address: Henrietta Street Dublin and Its First Residents, 1720-80. Melanie...

First Encounters with the 17th Cent. Boyle Women.

Ann-Maria Walsh reflects on how she first discovered the fascinating story of the Boyle Family. Pictured is Dr....

Standish O’Grady: An Irish Life in Writing

 Published June 2019; Four Courts Press; HB; €55; 978-1-846827853

J.G. Farrell’s Empire novels: The Decline and Fall of the Human...

I first discovered J.G. Farrell through another favourite author of mine, Alison Lurie.  In Lurie’s novel Foreign...

Socialising in Medieval Dublin

What life was like in Dublin, 1450 – 1540.... The walled city of late medieval Dublin, unlike today's 'commuter...

Defending Trinity College Dublin: Anzacs and the 1916 Rising

Defending Trinity College Dublin, Easter 1916: Anzacs and the Rising, Four Courts Press, 978-1-84682-784-6, €19.95
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