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This book is in a sense a continuation of Lovely is the Lee. Robert Gibbings begins where he left off, at Cougane Barra among the mountains on the Cork and Kerry border. Now he leaves the banks of the Lee and opens up the whole of the little-known county of Cork, and leads us farther afield to the famous beauty spots of Kerry and beyond. Once again he takes us to the heart of the country and the people, among whom he moves with the ease of the native. Robert Gibbings has traveled the world in search of the material that has made made his books famous, and he brings his gifts as an artist and his knowledge of natural history to everything he writes, but in his mind he is always going back to Cork, as he has done in this book, to the sound of The Bells of Shandon: Oh these things I ponder / Where'er I wander, / And thus grow fonder, / Sweet Cork, of thee.
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Book Description The Mercier Press, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0853429758