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A revised and enlarged edition of a collection of photographs illustrating the life and social history of Ireland's Dingle Peninsula from the late nineteenth century.
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Padraig Tyers, from County Waterford, has lived for many years in Cork City. Now retired, all his working life involved the Irish language firstly as a teacher, then with Gael Linn and lastly at University College Cork. He first visited the Dingle Peninsula in 1948, immediately fell in love with the place and its people, and it became his second home. He is regarded as one of the foremost experts on the Irish of Chorca Dhuibhne.Review:
'Captures the spirit of West Kerry past' Kerry's Eye 'A paean to the area' Sunday Tribune 'Compelling photographs' Irish Examiner 'A very attractive collection' Books Ireland
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