Read ePUB Irish Miscellany By Dermot McEvoy –

I wasn t sure what to expect from this book before I read it but it gives a small version of the history of Ireland, and how it became a free independent country, and years under English rule It teaches about those that started the rebellion, those who died, and those that continue on today It reviews the great writers from Ireland such as Oscar Wilde, Eugene O Neil, James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, and William Butler Yeats There are also references to Irish pro With Irish Miscellany, Author Dermot McEvoy Lets You Revel In The Fun And Fascinating Explanations Behind Irish Traditions And Folklore He Offers The Answers To Questions You Ve Always Had Or Never Knew You Had As He Covers All Aspects Of Ireland From Irish Culture To Ancient History To Modern Pastimes, This Full Color Book Educates And Entertains Such Facts Include The True History Of HalloweenWhy The Celtic Cross Is Such A Staple Icon Of IrelandA History Of The Irish Gaelic LanguageWhere To Find Megalithic Art In Ireland And Why It S ThereA History Of The Tailteann GamesHistorical Monarchies That Ruled Ireland In Ancient TimesThe World S First Suburban Commuter RailwayAnd Many This Delightful Book Is The Perfect Gift For Anyone Planning A Visit To Ireland, With An Interest In Irish History, Or With A Drop Of Irish Blood.Skyhorse Publishing, As Well As Our Arcade Imprint, Are Proud To Publish A Broad Range Of Books For Readers Interested In History Books About World War II, The Third Reich, Hitler And His Henchmen, The JFK Assassination, Conspiracies, The American Civil War, The American Revolution, Gladiators, Vikings, Ancient Rome, Medieval Times, The Old West, And Much While Not Every Title We Publish Becomes A New York Times Bestseller Or A National Bestseller, We Are Committed To Books On Subjects That Are Sometimes Overlooked And To Authors Whose Work Might Not Otherwise Find A Home. I was looking for something with some history about Ireland This has many bits and pieces of things which made for enjoyable reading. This was a fun book with lots of neat details and history Some of it was not relevent to me but I enjoyed it overall.