Scribner has probably the best group of books on the various aspects of life and beauty in the British Isles, and this...

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THE ISLANDS OF IRELAND

Scribner has probably the best group of books on the various aspects of life and beauty in the British Isles, and this volume, though not part of the series, is an appropriate book to sell with the others. For anyone who knows and loves Ireland, this may reveal new places to explore, and bring nostalgic memories of places already glimpsed. For others, it creates an interest in the primitive island life and folk, and the unique beauty of these little known western outposts of the Island. Liberally illustrated with fine photographs -- delightfully written with enough of factual background in history and typography to make a setting for the personal adventures of the author among the people.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937