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Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country - David Monagan
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The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the IrishA recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant. Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland's unpredictable nature. One day Monagan's serving as a bartender The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the IrishA recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant. Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland's unpredictable nature. One day Monagan's serving as a bartender in a cathedral; the next he's attending a beard convention. Before you know it, he's befriended famous writers like the lonely J.P. Donleavy, author of the iconic Ginger Man, and an actor in Grade Z films. Still seeking the essence of Irish identity, Monagan moves his family to a country cottage on the banks of a majestic river, where he finds a timeless village universe. Hitting the road, the author encounters a white witch who still talks to fairies, eco-warriors, bog diggers, farmers, monks, an IRA killer, and brazen new Irish entrepreneurs galore. "What is Ireland? Has it lost its soul?" Monagan keeps asking as he roams from Cork to Dublin, Donegal and Belfast. His answers are singular, loving, searing, and often laugh-out-loud funny. Frank McCourt, author of Angela's Ashes, praised Monagan as the best non-fiction writer about Ireland today. The author re-earns that honor with the delightful travel memoir, Ireland Unhinged. Books, Travel & Travel Guides~~Essays & Travelogues, Ireland-Unhinged~~David-Monagan, 999999999, Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country, David Monagan, 1571782524, Council Oak Books, , , , , Council Oak Books

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The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the IrishA recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant. Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland's unpredictable nature. One day Monagan's serving as a bartender The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the IrishA recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant. Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland's unpredictable nature. One day Monagan's serving as a bartender in a cathedral; the next he's attending a beard convention. Before you know it, he's befriended famous writers like the lonely J.P. Donleavy, author of the iconic Ginger Man, and an actor in Grade Z films. Still seeking the essence of Irish identity, Monagan moves his family to a country cottage on the banks of a majestic river, where he finds a timeless village universe. Hitting the road, the author encounters a white witch who still talks to fairies, eco-warriors, bog diggers, farmers, monks, an IRA killer, and brazen new Irish entrepreneurs galore. "What is Ireland? Has it lost its soul?" Monagan keeps asking as he roams from Cork to Dublin, Donegal and Belfast. His answers are singular, loving, searing, and often laugh-out-loud funny. Frank McCourt, author of Angela's Ashes, praised Monagan as the best non-fiction writer about Ireland today. The author re-earns that honor with the delightful travel memoir, Ireland Unhinged. Books, History~~Europe~~Ireland, Ireland-Unhinged~~David-Monagan, 999999999, Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country, David Monagan, 1571782524, Council Oak Books, , , , , Council Oak Books

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The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the Irish A recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant. Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland''s unpredictable nature. One day Monagan''s serving as a bartender in a cathedral; the next he''s attending a beard convention. Before you know it, he''s befriended famous writers like the lonely J.P. Donleavy, author of the iconic Ginger Man, and an actor in Grade Z films. Still seeking the essence of Irish identity, Monagan moves his family to a country cottage on the banks of a majestic river, where he finds a timeless village universe. Hitting the road, the author encounters a white witch who still talks to fairies, eco-warriors, bog diggers, farmers, monks, an IRA killer, and brazen new Irish entrepreneurs galore. What is Ireland? Has it lost its soul? Monagan keeps asking as he roams from Cork to Dublin, Donegal and Belfast. His answers are singular, loving, searing, and often laugh-out-loud funny. Frank McCourt, author of Angela''s Ashes, praised Monagan as the best non-fiction writer about Ireland today. The author re-earns that honor with the delightful travel memoir, Ireland Unhinged. David Monagan, Books, History, Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country Books>History, Council Oak Books

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The boom-to-bust story of Ireland by the acclaimed author of Jaywalking with the IrishA recent economic miracle, Ireland nation has now suffered a catastrophic collapse. Yet mirth, soulfulness, and eccentricity still reign. In Ireland Unhinged, Connecticut-born David Monagan explores his adopted country through the eyes of a passionate transplant.Moving first to Cork City, the author and his family embrace Ireland's unpredictable nature. One day Monagan's serving as a bartender in a cathedral; the next he's attending a beard convention. Before you know it, he's befriended famous writers like the lonely J.P. Donleavy, author of the iconic Ginger Man, and an actor in Grade Z films.Still seeking the essence of Irish identity, Monagan moves his family to a country cottage on the banks of a majestic river, where he finds a timeless village universe. Hitting the road, the author encounters a white witch who still talks to fairies, eco-warriors, bog diggers, farmers, monks, an IRA killer, and brazen new Irish entrepreneurs galore. "What is Ireland? Has it lost its soul?" Monagan keeps asking as he roams from Cork to Dublin, Donegal and Belfast. His answers are singular, loving, searing, and often laugh-out-loud funny.Frank McCourt, author of Angela's Ashes, praised Monagan as the best non-fiction writer about Ireland today. The author re-earns that honor with the delightful travel memoir, Ireland Unhinged. 21st century,education and reference,england,europe,general,history,ireland,modern (16th-21st centuries),travel,travel writing Travel Writing, Council Oak Books

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Ireland Unhinged: Hardback: Council Oak Books: 9781571782526: 04 Jan 2011: "Writing with an unhurried and considered hand, his wryness evident but checked by a brooding malaise, Monagan visits with landscapes both sullied and unsullied, in search of Ireland's many silver tongues. There are great bar-side chats with anonymous pubsters, as well as a wonderfully anecdote-strewn day with author J.P. Donleavy. A penetrating, droll embrace of an Ireland in the midst of tumult." -Kirkus Revie. Writing with an unhurried and considered hand, his wryness evident but checked by a brooding malaise, Monagan visits with landscapes both sullied and unsullied, in search of Ireland's many silver tongues. There are great bar-side chats with anonymous pubsters, as well as a wonderfully anecdote-strewn day with author J.P. Donleavy. A penetrating, droll embrace of an Ireland in the midst of tumult." -Kirkus Reviews "IRELAND UNHINGED is incisive, wry, and witty, but also coldly surgical and it repeatedly and perfectly catches the zeitgeist of an Ireland hell-bent on self-destruction. Monagan sees it all: there is Mad Max stuff in here, but this American-in-Ireland's analysis is also highly reasoned and grinning. Read it." -Patrick McCabe, author of The Butcher Boy, Breakfast on Pluto, and The Stray Sod Country Travel & Holiday Guides, , , , Ireland Unhinged, David Monagan, 9781571782526, Council Oak Books, , , , ,

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Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country
Autor:

Monagan, David

Titel:

Ireland Unhinged: Encounters with a Wildly Changing Country

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1571782524

An extended travel essay and memoir written with sweeping insight, humor, and humanity.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781571782526
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1571782524
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: COUNCIL OAK BOOKS
300 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,544 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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