Irish history started when people arrived on the island. At least, that is when history really got going. Before that things were rather quiet . . .
So begins 1916 and all That, C.M. Boylans wonderfully irreverent take on the history of Ireland. It wil
I was born with strong passions, begins Bucks Memoirs a lively imaginative disposition and a spirit that could brook no restraint. I possessed a restlessness and activity of mind that directed me to the most extravagant pursuits; and the ardour of my disp
Olilver Goldsmith, an Anglo-Irish author of the mid-Eighteenth century, is remembered now as one of Ireland's great satirists. And it was with this book, A Citizen of the World (1762) that he made his name. Comprising of a series of letters to a friend, t
St Columb's College, Derry, produced two Nobel Laureates in Seamus Heaney and John Hume, but in this fascinating collection of interviews Jude Collins looks behind the scenes at the unsung, unseen majority that made up real life in this remarkable institu