The Clare Anthology
CLASP Press, 1999 - History - 243 pages
This work is a selection of over 100 pieces of prose and verse by native Clare writers and visitors to the county. A mixture of fact and fiction, the material covers various aspects of the county's past including sport, folklore, politics and romance. Subdivided into nine sections, this anthology ranges over many subject areas such as Swift in Sixmilebridge, The Ghost of Hag's Head, The Races of Ballycoree and The Spanish Armada.
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A CURIOUS COMBINATION
Spancilhill Michael Considine
The unmarried daughter Patrick Hogan
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