Book Of Irish Writers, The

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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John Toal tells (and sings) the story of the great comic lyricist and performer, Percy French.

John Toal tells (and sings) the story of the great comic lyricist Percy French.

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John Toal tells (and sings) the story of the great comic lyricist and performer, Percy French.

John Toal tells (and sings) the story of the great comic lyricist Percy French.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal.

The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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Amanda McKittrick Ros: Cherrie McIlwaine recounts the tall tale of a romantic novelist who was regarded in her time as the worst writer in the world.

Cherrie McIlwaine recounts the tale of a novelist called 'the worst writer in the world'.

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Amanda McKittrick Ros: Cherrie McIlwaine recounts the tall tale of a romantic novelist who was regarded in her time as the worst writer in the world.

Cherrie McIlwaine recounts the tale of a novelist called 'the worst writer in the world'.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds in this fifty-part series.

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The story of Irish literature unfolds, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

The readers are Cherrie McIlwaine and John Toal

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The story of Irish literature unfolds, from early myths and legends through to modern times.

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