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Edward Hincks

11th August 2009 · Hardback

Edward Hincks (1792-1866), the Irish Assyriologist and decipherer of Mesopotamian cuneiform, was born in Cork and spent forty years of...

Edward Hincks

1st September 2008 · Hardback

Edward Hincks (1792-1866), the Irish Assyriologist and decipherer of Mesopotamian cuneiform, was the Church of Ireland Rector. In 1856 Hincks...

Hugh Kenner

5th June 2008 · Hardback

Contains the letters written to each other by the renowned Joyce scholars, Hugh Kenner and Adaline Glasheen, between 1953 and...

Vladimir Pecherin

2nd April 2008 · Hardback

Shortly after his appointment as Professor of Classics at Moscow University, Vladimir Pecherin fled from Russia in 1836 to pursue...

Edward Hincks

1st June 2007 · Hardback

Covers the period from the 1820s when Hincks was a young clergyman and scholar, applying himself assiduously to his family...

Annie O'Donnell

12th June 2005 · Paperback

Annie O'Donnell left her native Galway for America in 1898, one of 15,175 Irish women who left that year; they...

Peter Le Page Renouf

30th September 2004 · Hardback

Sir Peter le Page Renouf (1822-97), a Guernseyman, was described by Lord Acton as 'the most learned Englishman I know'....

Sir Roger Casement

2nd December 2003 · Hardback

In 1903, Roger Casement, then a British consul, left his consular base on the Lower Congo River and made a...

Sir Roger Casement

2nd December 2003 · Paperback

In 1903, Roger Casement, then a British consul, left his consular base on the Lower Congo River and made a...

Peter Le Page Renouf

15th November 2003 · Hardback

Volume three of a collection of surviving letters written by Peter le Page Renouf covering his varied career from his...

Peter Le Page Renouf

20th September 2002 · Hardback

Sir Peter le Page Renouf (1822-97), a Guernseyman, was described by Lord Acton as "the most learned Englishman I know"....

Peter Le Page Renouf

8th February 2002 · Hardback

Sir Peter le Page Renouf (1822-97), a Guernseyman, was described by Lord Acton as "the most learned Englishman I know"....

Thornton Wilder

1st June 2001 · Hardback

Letters written between 1950 and 1975 by Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen discussing their reading of "Finnegan's Wake"....

Thornton Wilder

1st June 2001 · Paperback

Letters written between 1950 and 1975 by Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen discussing their reading of "Finnegan's Wake"....

James Green Douglas

16th November 1998 · Hardback

These memoirs were written in the late 1940s and cover events in Ireland from 1916-26. Besides casting fresh light on...