The Back of Beyond: A Search for the Soul of Ireland

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The Back of Beyond

A SEARCH FOR
THE SOUL OF IRELAND

James Charles Roy

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Table of contents

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  • Also by James Charles Roy *
  • The Back of beyond - A Search for the Soul of Ireland *
  • Contents i
  • Illustrations xi
  • 1 - You're Welcome to Ireland i
  • 2 - Cleaning House, Cleaning Mind 9
  • 3 - Heading West 18
  • 4 - The Bones of Omey 25
  • 5 - Culture Shock 37
  • 6 - Martyrdom 42
  • 7 - Frontier 54
  • 8 - Princes Do but Play Us 65
  • 9 - The Rock and the Palace 75
  • 10 - With Head Held High, I Will Touch the Stars 84
  • 11 - Ashtown 98
  • 12 - Moyode Castle 112
  • 13 - It's Getting Old She Is, and Broken 129
  • 14 - Israel 138
  • 15 - Purgatory 151
  • 16 - The Work of Angels 161
  • 17 - Semen 174
  • 18 - Dublin, O Dublin, Fumbling and Tumbling 186
  • 19 - Unnatural Insurrection! 198
  • 20 - Saint Macdara 203
  • 21 - Loca Sancta 209
  • 22 - The Holy Land 213
  • Acknowledgments 219
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