Essentially Irish

The Corrs - Original Album Series (2011) 5CD Box Set [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at March 27, 2017
The Corrs - Original Album Series (2011) 5CD Box Set [Re-Up]

The Corrs - Original Album Series (2011) 5CD Box Set
XLD | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1.84 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 607 Mb | Scans included
Celtic Pop/Rock, Folk Rock | Label: Atlantic/Rhino | # 5052498531929 | 04:19:54

2011 issue 68-track 5-CD box set comprised of the best selling and critically acclaimed album releases 'Borrowed Heaven', 'Forgiven Not Forgotten', 'Home', 'In Blue' and 'Talk On Corners'; each album is housed in a mini LP-style card picture sleeve with the complete set presented in a sealed card slipcase.

Anglo-Irish Modernism and the Maternal: From Yeats to Joyce  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Oct. 15, 2014
Anglo-Irish Modernism and the Maternal: From Yeats to Joyce

Anglo-Irish Modernism and the Maternal: From Yeats to Joyce by Diane Stubbings
Palgrave Macmillan | December 1, 2000 | English | ISBN: 0333760263 | 260 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Anglo-Irish Modernism and the Maternal argues that a focus on the construction of mother-figures in Irish culture illuminates the extraordinary achievement of the Irish modernists.

The Irish in Post-War Britain  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at April 15, 2009
The Irish in Post-War Britain

The Irish in Post-War Britain
Publisher: Oxford University Press | ISBN: 0199276676 | edition 2007 | PDF | pages 240 | 1,57 mb

Exploring the neglected history of Britain's largest migrant population, this new major historical study looks at the Irish in Britain after 1945. It reconstructs the histories of the lost generation who left independent Ireland in huge numbers to settle in Britain from the 1940s until the 1960s. Drawing on a wide range of previously neglected materials, Enda Delaney illustrates the complex process of negotiation and renegotiation that was involved in adapting and adjusting to life in Britain. Less visible than other newcomers, it is widely assumed that the Irish assimilated with relative ease shortly after arrival. The Irish in Post-war Britain challenges this view, and shows that the Irish often perceived themselves to be outsiders, located on the margins of this their adopted home. Many contemporaries frequently lumped all the Irish together as all being essentially the same, but Delaney argues the experiences of Britain's Irish population after the Second World War were much more diverse than previously assumed, and shaped by social class, geography and gender as well as nationality.
This book's original approach demonstrates that any understanding of a migrant group must take account of both elements of the society that they had left, as well as the social landscape of their new country. Proximity ensured that even though these people had left Ireland, home as an imagined sense of place was never far away in the minds of those who had settled in Britain.

Irish Independent – September 23, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 23, 2017
Irish Independent – September 23, 2017

Irish Independent – September 23, 2017
English | 154 pages | Vector PDF | 164.1 MB

Irish Examiner – September 23, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 23, 2017
Irish Examiner – September 23, 2017

Irish Examiner – September 23, 2017
English | 24 pages | True PDF | 10.7 MB

Irish Independent – September 22, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 22, 2017
Irish Independent – September 22, 2017

Irish Independent – September 22, 2017
English | 114 pages | Vector PDF | 118.5 MB

Irish Examiner – September 22, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 22, 2017
Irish Examiner – September 22, 2017

Irish Examiner – September 22, 2017
English | 26 pages | True PDF | 8.4 MB

Irish Independent – September 21, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 21, 2017
Irish Independent – September 21, 2017

Irish Independent – September 21, 2017
English | 96 pages | Vector PDF | 112.0 MB

Irish Examiner – September 21, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Hazir at Sept. 21, 2017
Irish Examiner – September 21, 2017

Irish Examiner – September 21, 2017
English | 28 pages | True PDF | 11.7 MB

Irish Officers in the British Forces, 1922-45  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by hill0 at Sept. 20, 2017
Irish Officers in the British Forces, 1922-45

Irish Officers in the British Forces, 1922-45 by Steven O'Connor
English | 21 Mar. 2014 | ISBN: 1137350857 | 249 Pages | PDF | 1.52 MB

Irish Officers in the British forces, 1922-45 looks at the reasons why young Irish people took the king's commission, including the family tradition, the school influence and the employment motive.