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The Islandman

£12.99

Product description

1951 reprint published by Oxford University Press.

The author lived on the Great Blasket Island off West Kerry in Ireland. He was born there in 1856 and lived there until his death in 1937. Writing in Irish and this book was first published in 1929. It accounts a life that no longer exists and that was the author's main reason for writing, and he also wanted to help preserve Irish as a written and spoken language.

This translation into English was undertaken by Robert Flower and was first published in 1937. It contains some 12 photographs.

Complete with its original dust jacket and is a good clean condition. DJ is a little yellow and foxed with a 3 cm tear along edge of front flap.

Item details

Added value:
A fascinating and unique social history
Author(s):
Tomas O Crohan
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13 cm by 19 cm by 1.9 cm
Edition:
1951
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Oxford at the Clarendon Press
Title:
The Islandman

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About this item

1951 reprint published by Oxford University Press.

The author lived on the Great Blasket Island off West Kerry in Ireland. He was born there in 1856 and lived there until his death in 1937. Writing in Irish and this book was first published in 1929. It accounts a life that no longer exists and that was the author's main reason for writing, and he also wanted to help preserve Irish as a written and spoken language.

This translation into English was undertaken by Robert Flower and was first published in 1937. It contains some 12 photographs.

Complete with its original dust jacket and is a good clean condition. DJ is a little yellow and foxed with a 3 cm tear along edge of front flap.

Added value:
A fascinating and unique social history
Author(s):
Tomas O Crohan
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13 cm by 19 cm by 1.9 cm
Edition:
1951
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Oxford at the Clarendon Press
Title:
The Islandman

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