The Reader's Companion to Ireland
Harcourt Brace & Company, 1999 - History - 293 pages
The twenty selections in "The Reader's Companion to Ireland" celebrate the mossy land of rousing music, hard weather, stout drinks, and burning peat. These remarkable accounts and others capture so well the haunting and heartwarming appeal that is Eire. Included are accounts by H.V. Morton, Heinrich Boll, Jan Morris, Paul Theroux, Michael Crichton, Chiang Lee, and Richard Condon.
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