8 Literature

Well. Let’s start out at the Ireland Literature Exchange. They got a good Author Database.
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_literature
Irish Writers Online: http://www.irishwriters-online.com/

Ireland has got as many as four Nobel Prize winners:
1923: William Butler Yeats  http://www.yeats-sligo.com/
1925: George Bernard Shaw  http://shaw.thefreelibrary.com/
1969: Samuel Beckett  http://www.samuel-beckett.net/
1995: Seamus Heany  http://www.seamusheaney.org/
And «a 5th», who never got it: James Joyce  http://www.jamesjoyce.ie/

Nobel Prizes: http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/

Search for Poets:

Search for Short Story Writers:

Search for Dramatists:

Search for novelists:

Irish Theatre:

Introduce yourself to Irish Literature, by getting  s o m e  of these books.
Consult your travel guide, ask at the book store.
I recommend starting out at the book store at The Dublin Writers Museum.

Thomas Kinsella            The New Oxford Book of Irish Verse
Matthew Campbell        The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry
Patrick Crotty                Modern  Irish Poetry: An Anthology
John Montague              Faber Book of Irish Verse
Padraic Colum                Anthology of Irish Verse
Fallon\Mahon                The Penguin Book of Contemporary Irish Verse
Bob Blaisdell                   Irish Verse: An Anthology

William Trevor              The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories
Frank O’Connor             Classic Irish Short Stories
Vivian Mercier               Classic Irish Short Stories
Joseph O’Connor           New Irish Short Stories
Anne Enright                 The Granta Book of The Irish Short Story

Schrank\Demastes        Irish Playwrights, 1880-1995
John Harrington            Modern Irish Drama
Sanford Sternlicht         A Reader`s Guide To Modern Irish Drama

Stephen Regan               Anthology of Irish Literature in English 1789-1939
Julia M. Wright              Irish Literature 1750-1900: An Anthology (Blackw. Anth.)
John W. Foster              Irish Novels 1890-1940
Robert Welch                 The Oxford Companion to Irish Literature

Some Bookshops:
Capris                   http://www.capris.no/default.aspx (Scandinavia)
Oxford                  http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/category/academic/series/general/owc.do
Play.com              http://www.play.com/Books/Books/6-/RegionHome.html
Random House   http://www.randomhouse.com/
Read Ireland       http://www.readireland.ie/
Penguin Ireland  http://www.penguin.ie/
Eason                   http://www.eason.ie/

In Dublin,  N o r t h  Side:
Eason                                                          40 O’Connell Street Lower     Ph: (0)1 8583800
Eason                                                          The Busaras                              Ph: (0)1 8781149
Eason                                                          Talbot Street                            Ph: (0)1 8727010
The Winding Stair Bookshop & Cafe      40 Ormond Quay Lower        Ph: (0)1 8726576
Scripture Union Book & Music Centre   40 Talbot Street                      Ph: (0)1 8363764
Cathedral Books Ltd                                 4 Sackville Place                      Ph: (0)1 8745284
Book Bargains                                            75 Abbey Street Middle         Ph: (0)1 8735772
Alan Hanna New Book Shop                    3 Kevin Street Lower              Ph: (0)1 4751828
Waterstone’s                                              Jervis Centre, Mary Street    Ph: (0)1 8781311

In Dublin,  S o u t h  Side:
The Secret Book & Record Store            15a Wicklow Street                  Ph: (0)1 6797272
Hodges & Figgis                                         56\58 Dawson Street              Ph: (0)1 6774754
The Flying Pig Book Shop                        17 Crowe Square\Temp. Bar Ph: (0)1 6795099
Books Upstairs                                           36 College Green                     Ph: (0)1 6796687

There are so many, many book shops in Dublin, often more than one on the same street.
If you are staying on the north side, one of the shop I’ve listed, will probably be close by…
I made a shorter list from the south side, more special ones. If you’re after a good experience, visit The Winding Stair, on the north side, and Books Upstairs, down south. Hodges & Figgis, is one of the biggest book shops in Europe, you’ll get just about anything.
(While on Dawson Street, pop by the http://www.celticwhiskeyshop.com/).


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