HISTORY & MEMOIR
IRELAND SINCE 1939
The Persistence of Conflict
“An excellent modern history of Ireland.
...Patterson’s marshalling of a vast
array of sources to produce a coherent narrative is masterful.”—Magill.
“Engrossing.”—Roy Foster, Financial
Times. “Thought-provoking and elegantly
written.”—BBC History Magazine. 448 pp.
Penguin Ireland 978-0-14-219643-4 $18.00
Available January 2008
Edited with an Introduction
by Isaac Kramnick 624 pp.
Penguin Classics 978-0-14-026760-0
NEW WORLDS, LOST WORLDS
The Rule of the Tudors, 1485–1603
Penguin History of Britain, Volume V
David Cannadine, Series Editor
“A splendid piece of scholarship....
Covers not only England but Ireland,
Scotland, and Wales as well.”—Library
Journal. “Triumphantly successful...will
doubtless help to shape perceptions of
the Tudor epoch for years to come.”
—Ralph Houlbrooke, Univ. of Reading,
The Times Literary Supplement. Maps and
Penguin 448 pp. 978-0-14-200125-7 $16.00
THE ANCIENT CELTS
Discusses the disparity between the
traditional and contemporary information on the Celts and offers new insight
into the true identity of these ancient
Penguin 360 pp. 978-0-14-025422-8 $21.95
ROBERT KEE THE ROUGH GUIDE
THE GREEN FLAG MAP OF IRELAND
In one book, all three volumes of Kee’s Rough Guides 978-1-84353-214-9 $9.99
definitive history of Irish nationalism—The Most Distressful Country, The New!
Bold Fenian Men, and Ourselves Alone. JON LELLENBERG, DANIEL
“Excellently structured.”—The Boston STASHOWER, AND CHRIS FOLEY
Globe. “Industry, insight, and massive ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
research.”—The New York Times. A Life in Letters
Penguin 896 pp. 978-0-14-029165-0 $18.00 An annotated collection of the
Irish-Scottish author’s previously
ANGELA BOURKE unpublished private correspondence.
THE BURNING Penguin Press 608 pp. 978-1-59420-135-6 $37.95
OF BRIDGET CLEARY Available November 2007
“A perceptive study.”— The New Yorker. Also of interest: Conan Doyle’s stories are avail-
“A riveting account of a horrific murder able in Penguin Classics and Signet Classics.
in 19th-century Ireland that is also a Please see www.penguin.com/academic.
scholarly analysis of culture, politics,
religion, and mythology.”—Kirkus.
8 pp. b/w photos.
Penguin 304 pp. 978-0-14-100202-6 $14.00
GERALD OF WALES
THE HISTORY AND
TOPOGRAPHY OF IRELAND
Translated with an Introduction
and Notes by John O’Meara 144 pp.
Penguin Classics 978-0-14-044423-0 $14.00
44: DUBLIN MADE ME
“Theater director Peter Sheridan’s
bracing memoir is timelessly Irish
in its lyrical, word-drunk portrait of
a boisterous family touched by tragedy.”— Amazon.com.
Penguin 288 pp. 978-0-14-028641-0 $12.95
Shortlisted for the Irish Times Irish
Literature Prize for Nonfiction
See also: Every Inch of Her, page 7
ADOMNÁN OF IONA LIFE OF ST. COLUMBA New!
Translated with an Introduction MICHKA ASSAYAS
by Richard Sharpe BONO: In Conversation
A richly detailed portrait of religious with Michka Assayas
life in the sixth century, illuminating the “A discussion that allows for serious
history of the early church in Ireland answers and even entertaining digres-
and Scotland. Line drawings, maps, sions.”—GQ.
family trees. 432 pp. Riverhead 400 pp. 978-1-59448-173-4 $15.00
Penguin Classics 978-0-14-044462-9 $16.00
THE PENGUIN HISTORICAL
ATLAS OF THE VIKINGS
Penguin 144 pp. 978-0-14-051328-8
ROY KEANE WITH EAMON DUNPHY
KEANE: The Autobiography
“This story of Manchester United and
Ireland captain Roy Keane’s brilliant
and controversial career...crackles with
score-settling vigour.”— Amazon.co.uk.
Penguin UK 304 pp. 978-0-14-100981-0 $15.00
Irish Studies books for courses