Vanishing Ireland: Recollections of Our Changing Times
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Vanishing Ireland: Recollections of Our Changing Times

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The third installment in a series of collected portraits and interviews offering invaluable chronicles of a disappearing Ireland Through their own words and memories, men and women from every corner of Ireland transportreaders through the years, back to a time when life was simpler, when the emphasis was on the community, family life, tradition, and a sense of national identity.A unique collection of stunningly evocative portrait and landscape photographs and moving personal interviewsremind readersoftraditional Irish culture, and give afirst hand account of an Ireland that is almost unrecognizable in today's world.Bringing together the stories of those who lived through Ireland's formative years, thesepoignant interviews and photographs willmake readerslaugh and cry but, above all, will provide a valuable chronicle that connects 21st-century Ireland to a rapidly disappearing world."

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  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 241.3 x 284.48 x 25.4mm | 1,315.41g
  • Hachette Books Ireland
  • Castleknock, Ireland
  • English
  • Illustrations (some col.)
  • 1444733052
  • 9781444733051
  • 53,506

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"A valuable and beautiful record of an Ireland that is rapidly disappearing . . . Wonderful." "Metro ""

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About James Fennell

James Fennell is one of Ireland's leading photographers.His work has appeared in such publications as "Architectural Digest," the "Financial Times," "Four Seasons" magazine, and"Nest." Turtle Bunbury is an Ireland-based author and historian whose work has appeared in the "Financial Times," the" Guardian," "Irish Times," the "New York Post," and "Vogue Living."They collaborated previously on "The Irish Pub," " Living in Sri Lanka," and "Sporting Legends of Ireland.""

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