The names of the contributors to ‘Signatories’ guarantee material of the highest quality.
John Banville names this book after a character who is probably unfamiliar to many…
Philly McMahon: football is only one part of who he is.
… he tells a great story and knows how to keep his readers interested.
O’Brien’s new book demonstrates how an industrial project to harness electricity from the Shannon became an opportunity to market it as an epochal monument of modernism in the new Free State.
It is not just landscape and history and personal objects and events that shape us, but also the more casual and systematic reading we do ….
What is so refreshing about this narrative of the Easter Rising is its clear-eyed honesty about how ill-prepared the insurgents were to take on the British.
His light touch reflects his playful approach to a range of topics.
Book Review by James McCaughey Colm Toibin House of Names, Picador. May 2017 RRP: $29.99 h/b 261 pp ISBN: 978 1760 551421 The ancient Greeks have left us a legacy of myths. Some of them are still current – the stories of Oedipus or Antigone, for instance. Others, though less known, the story of Pygmalion say, have …
Williams refers to the Túatha as the ‘god-people’ to convey their indeterminate status between humanity and divinity