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Oscar Wilde.

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Oscar Wilde


Samuel Ferguson

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Samuel Ferguson


James Clarence Mangan's poetry.

James Clarence Mangan's poetry is tinged with sadness a great deal of the time but there is also this wonderful sense of irony, of fun even in some places, of a superior wit.


W.B. Yeats and Sligo.

W.B. Yeats, despite being a Dubliner, maintained close links to the County of Sligo in the west of Ireland. His mother's family was from this part of Ireland and as a boy he spent many summer holidays there. The love for the country never left him and is reflected in his poetry.


Introduction to Irish Literature.

For a brilliant introduction to Irish Literature I highly recommend this book.

Editor Colm Toibin introduces past and present Irish writers with skill. Despite the depth of coverage however, not all Irish writers are covered. This is just a selection to get you started. Enjoy!

Irish Literature


Dublin's St. Patricks Festival 2003

St. Patrick's Day is so good that in 2003 Dubliners are going to celebrate for a full week! The St Patrick's Festival will run from the 11th - 17th March with lots of free entertainment for all to enjoy. Experience street theatre, fireworks, music, exhibitions and even a treasure hunt.

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St Patricks Festival 2003

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