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Druids, Bards, Satirists And Enchanters In Early Irish Literature By John W. Hurley
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"Druids, Bards, Satirists And Enchanters In Early Irish Literature", is a fascinating study into the nature of Irish Druids and Druidism as expressed in the various classes of Fílidh... More > or Poets who comprised the Druidic system.< Less
Just Irish By Charles Battell Loomis
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Just Irish By Charles Battell Loomis. With many illustrations from photographs. This scarce antiquarian book is a Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks,... More > notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature.< Less
IRISH ROSE By E. J. Remington
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This is a Christian domestic discipline fictional story of three sisters who travel to the little town of Sprague in search of the guardian named in their papas will. He however is also deceased so... More > will his son, the sheriff, become their guardian? He's impressed with the two 'boys' Clancy and Charlie but not so much with their older sister Irish Rose. There is moderate spanking but anyone can read this book.< Less
IRISH ROSE By E. J. Remington
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This is a Christian domestic discipline fictional story of three sisters who travel to the little town of Sprague in search of the guardian named in their papas will. He however is also deceased so... More > will his son, the sheriff, become their guardian? He's impressed with the two 'boys' Clancy and Charlie but not so much with their older sister Irish Rose. There is moderate spanking but anyone can read this book.< Less
Irish Rose By E. J. Remington
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In the very early ninteen hundreds three sisters travel to Sprague in search of the guardian named in their papas will. He's also deceased but his son is the sheriff; so will he become the guardian?... More > He's impressed with the two 'boys' but not so much with their frail older sister. This is a Christian domestic discipline story with moderate spanking.< Less
The Irish Book of the Dead By Jillian Godsil
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An intriguing collection of quirky short stories from Irish author, Jillian Godsil, with death as the theme. Some as stark, some sad and some down right funny.
IRISH ROSE AND FAMILY SHENANIGANS By E. J. Remington
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In this book you will read Irish Rose where three orphan young ladies traveled to Sprague in search of the guardian named in their papa's will only to discover that he's also deceased. His son is the... More > Sheriff but will he agree to become their guardian instead since he's impressed with the twin 'boys' but not so much with their older frail sister? These are Christian domestic discipline tales set in the very early nineteen hundereds so they contain moderate spanking but are for anyone who cares to read them.< Less
IRISH ROSE AND FAMILY SHENANIGANS By E. J. Remington
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In this book you will read Irish Rose where three orphan young ladies traveled to Sprague in search of the guardian named in their papa's will only to discover that he's also deceased. His son is the... More > Sheriff but will he agree to become their guardian instead since he's impressed with the twin 'boys' but not so much with their older frail sister? These are Christian domestic discipline tales set in the very early nineteen hundereds so they contain moderate spanking but are for anyone who cares to read them.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Only an Irish Boy By Horatio Alger
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Only an Irish Boy by Horatio Alger begins with a dialogue between two boys: John a page and Godfrey, the master’s son. The young servant, the horse boy, is in the stable when Master Godfrey... More > orders him to prepare the horse, for he wants to take the horse for a ride. The servant is a bit reluctant. This opening beginning leads to the situations where our hero, the young Irish boy, seems to be really struggling with the people, trying to decide who to obey and who not to. The story develops with the increasing experience of the boy. It is the story of struggle, misfortunes, and ultimate fortune, and it continues to maintain the element of interest till the concluding part.< Less
Walking Like A Queen - Irish Impressions By G. K. Chesterton
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Everything Chesterton writes is filled with wit and wisdom—surely he was the twentieth century’s most perceptive writer. Here he sets out his thoughts about Catholic Ireland, following a... More > visit in 1918 in which he met all the leading Irish thinkers. Against the backdrop of the First World War, about which he cared passionately, and the struggle for the right of the Irish to govern their own island, in which he had always believed, he narrates his visit and sets down his reflections and his previsions. No one interested in Ireland or in England, in politics or in religion or in literature will read this book without renewed astonishment at the author’s unfailing insight into whatever he touches on. This annotated edition provides over 100 new footnotes helping modern readers to understand contemporary allusions.< Less