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Whitethorn woods-Maeve Binchey
Shakespeare Plays, Sonnets/Norton Version
whitethorn woods was one i enjoyed; she has a new one now
I am currently reading:
The Real World: An Introduction to Sociology, Kerry Ferris & Jill Stein
Rethinking the ColorLine: readinggs in Race & Ethnicity, by Charles Gallagher
StreetWise-Race, Class & Change in An Urban Community, by Elijah Anderson
A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago-Heatwave, by Eric Klinenberg
I am reading this book also. It will be a read and a re-read since as you point out it is very in depth. I haven't got to the chapter you speak of yet but I am really enjoying it so far.
Nice that you can read family history, you must marvel at the written word.
I am American Irish, my Paternal Grandmother hailed from Sligo. I was brought up in an Irish Catholic home and I do identify myself with those roots.
Hope to visit one day.
All these books you've been reading seem nice, I'll take a good advise then!! I'm curently reading Ulysses, by J.Joyce. Reading it in French first, because it seems to be sooo hard in English for a first reading. If any of you has already read it, could you please let me know about the way the different chapters are related to the mythical figures of the Homerean Odyssey??
Thanks a lot!!