Books tagged: donegal

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A Cottage In Donegal, Mary Doherty's Story
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 61,600. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2011. Category: Fiction » Historical » General
"A Cottage in Donegal" opens in 1919 with a rural Irish woman chronicling her husband's death and burial. In the depth of grief she feels the need to record everything so that she will not forget him. Mary is an old woman, with over eighty years of experiences and memories. Her story draws the reader into a 19th century Irish country woman’s life. The book is written in memoir form.
Dreams of Donegal
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,990. Language: English. Published: February 28, 2012. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs
Book of Poetry. The author, Johnny Davis Doherty, was born in Ireland and emigrated to the USA in 1923 at the age of 17. He landed in Boston then moved to New York City where he raised a family, worked for Consolidated Edison, and wrote poetry. These are his poems.
A History of Ireland - The Plantation of Ulster
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,410. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » History » European
This book clears up and answers some of the myths generated by those who oppose the link with Britain and who are trying to re-write Irish history. Who were the original planters in Ulster? Were the native Irish driven off their lands, as is supposed? Were the planters only Protestants? Read this new book and find out for yourself the truth of the matter, and much, much more.
Norah
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 86,050. Language: English. Published: March 13, 2013 by Swordpoint Intercontinental, Ltd.. Category: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
It was the 1950s, when Britain was once again in a state of temporary peace. The people were endeavoring to rebuild and the war generals were retiring to the silent tranquility of both the English and Irish countrysides. This is the story of one such Army officer who was attracted to the green meadowlands of East Donegal, Ireland.