The growing dominance of the English language is frequently perceived as being grossly unjust; this book starts off arguing that the dissemination of competence in a common lingua franca is a process to be welcomed and accelerated.
Annotated anthology of poems with a rich variety of Irish texts depicting the relationship between humans and the environment between the years 1580 and 1820.
Pat and Joe Murphy were best friends for as long as anyone could remember. That is, until a big fight tore them apart five years ago. And they haven’t spoken until this, the night before Joe’s funeral.
A collection of essays by Tomás Ó Cathasaigh, which together constitute a magisterial survey of early Irish narrative literature in the vernacular.
An introduction to the issues of transition, handover and withdrawal, drawing on a wide range of post-1945 examples derived from a variety of regions and periods.
In this intelligent and deeply moving book, Göran Rosenberg returns to his childhood in order to tell the story of his father who survived the Lodz ghetto in Auschwitz