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by Des Kenny

Author: Des Kenny
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Currach Pr; 2nd ed. edition (May 11, 2009)
Pages: 332 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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101 Irish Books You Must Read. We also have thousands of cheap books for less than €5! Plus, if you’re looking for book recommendations and ideas on what books to read, take a look at Des Kenny’s Book Club. Literature's best of the best since 1969. Find all shortlisted books since 1969 on Kennys. We also provide a service in Irish - is féidir séirbhís a fháil trí Ghaeilge le Kennys. Get great value, huge choice and personal customer service from our staff when online book shopping on Kennys. ie! Customer Support.

Des Kenny's family has run bookshops in Galway since 1940, and .

Des Kenny's family has run bookshops in Galway since 1940, and like his parents before him he's been a bookseller all his working life. Educated in his native city and also at the Sorbonne in Paris, Kenny recently hit on the fascinating idea of releasing a list of 101 Irish authors who, in his own words, demand to be read. This is a democratic selection, well in keeping with the philosophy of his famous shop, and there is obvious joy in the making of it. From .

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Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Kenny, Des, 1917-. Varying Form of Title: 101 Irish books you must read. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Kenny's choice : 101 Irish books you must read Des Kenny. Book's title: Kenny's choice : 101 Irish books you must read Des Kenny. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008277862. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9781856079778. Publication, Distribution, et. Blackrock, County Dublin.

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As an aside, my uncle Des Kenny tackled this subject a number of years ago, writing a book called Kennys Choice: 101 Irish Books You Must Read. Myles Dungan’s books include How the Irish Won the West. Listomania is a harmless enough diversion. He unwittingly made our jobs quite a bit more complicated by picking lots of difficult-to-source and out-of-print masterpieces! For me though, the greatest omission is The Three Musketeers – still the greatest and most joyful narrative of all! Tomás Kenny works for Kennys Bookshop, Galway. Lists are so ten a penny these days that I’m listing over from trying to take them all on board.

From John Banville to Calton Younger, from The All of It to Zoli, Kenny's Choice ranges over novels, plays, poetry, memoir, history, and travelogue, written in the past two centuries by Irish writers or by foreign writers on Irish topics. ISBN13:9781856079778. Release Date:January 2008.

One of Ireland's best-known booksellers makes his annotated choice of the best, the most interesting, and the most influential books published in Ireland over the last century. In keeping with the congenial and maverick personality of the author, there are many unexpected inclusions, and some unexpected exclusions, notably James Joyce's Ulysses. The list begins with Aidan Higgins and finishes with William Trevor and on the way includes John Healy, Peadar O'Donnell, Peter Somerville-Large, Thomas Lynch, and Eil¡s Dillon. Kenny's arguments will intrigue, annoy, and delight in equal measure. ""The book is full of anecdotes of the great writers that the Kenny family have encountered in the decades that their bookstore became such a magnet.""--Irish Voice