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Tinkers and Travellers   Ireland's Nomads, Gmelch, Sharon
1 Gmelch, Sharon Tinkers and Travellers Ireland's Nomads
Dublin The O'Brien Press 1979 0905140699 / 9780905140698 Second Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket 
Some creasing of top edge of dustjacket ; DJ in Mylar, unclipped. A bright, solid book.; B&W Photographs; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 144 pages; A history of the nomadic tinkers, fortunetellers and gypsies of Ireland. 
Price: 29.95 CDN
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Ireland's Holy Wars  The Struggle for a Nation's Soul, 1500-2000, Tanner, Marcus
2 Tanner, Marcus Ireland's Holy Wars The Struggle for a Nation's Soul, 1500-2000
New Haven Yale University Press 2002 0300090722 / 9780300090727 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket 
DJ shows light shelf wear, creasing.; A bright, solid book. Dust jacket in Mylar jacket protector. ; B&W Photographs; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 498 pages; "For much of the twentieth century, Ireland has been synonymous with conflict, the painful struggle for its national soul part of the regular fabric of life. And because the Irish have emigrated to all parts of the world - while always remaining Irish - 'the troubles' have become part of a common heritage, well beyond their own borders. In most accounts of Irish history, the focus is on the political rivalry between Unionism and Republicanism. But the roots of the Irish conflict are profoundly and inescapably religious. As Marcus Tanner shows in this vivid, warm, and perceptive book, only by understanding the consequences over five centuries of the failed attempt by the English to make Ireland into a Protestant state can the pervasive tribal hatreds of today be seen in context. Tanner traces the creation of a modern Irish national identity through the popular resistance to imposed Protestantism and the common defence of Catholicism by the Gaelic Irish and the Old English of the Pale, who settled in Ireland after its twelfth-century conquest. The book is based on detailed research into the Irish past and a personal encounter with today's Ireland, from Belfast to Cork. Tanner has walked with the Apprentice Boys of Derry and explored the so-called 'Bandit Country' of South Armagh. He has visited churches and religous organisations across the thirty-two counties of Ireland, spoken with priests, pastors and their congregations, and has crossed and re-crossed the lines that for centuries have isolated the faiths of Ireland and their history." 
Price: 19.50 CDN
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