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Dreams of Other Days epub

by Elaine Crowley


Dreams of Other Days epub

ISBN: 0712604669

ISBN13: 978-0712604666

Author: Elaine Crowley

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Century; 1st edition (September 27, 1984)

Pages: 416 pages

ePUB book: 1615 kb

FB2 book: 1424 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 184

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Through reading the book, I felt I was in the village and personally knew the charachters. I often cried and rejoiced with them.

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Dreams Of Other Days – Ebook written by Elaine Crowley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Dreams Of Other Days. A powerful novel that sweeps the reader back to the great Irish famine - a time of courage, passion and political upheaval. When Katy O'Donnell marries handsome, swaggering, hard-drinking Jamsie O'Hara she is as fresh and filled with dreams as her mistress, Catherine Kilgoran, who is marrying in silk and lace up at the big house.

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The fortunes of two very different families, one rich and the other poor, are bound together in this saga of Ireland during the famine. ISBN 9780752804033 (978-0-7528-0403-3) Softcover, Orion Pub Co, 1996. Coauthors & Alternates.

Find sources: "Elaine Crowley" author – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how . She is best known for her novels Dreams of Other Days, The Young Wives and a Family Cursed, all written during her latter years.

Find sources: "Elaine Crowley" author – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Helena Bridget Rowland 30 May 1927 Dublin, Ireland. She is best known for her novels Dreams of Other Days, The Young Wives and a Family Cursed, all written during her latter years

A powerful and richly imagined novel which sweeps the reader back through history to the era of the great Irish famine,a time of courage,passion and political upheaval. When Katy O'Donnell marries handsome,swaggering,hard-drinking Jamsie O'Hara she is as freash and filled with dreams as her mistress,Catherine Kilgoran,marrying in silk and lace up at the big house. The story of two families whose fortunes are inextricably linked,and of a small,close-knit community bound together by tradition and by tragedy,it is also a tender and truthful portrayal of a marriage and of a woman whose indomitable spirit remains unbowed.
A great book. Read them years ago and wanted to read them again after visiting Ireland. I hope I can find the sequel
I loved this book, I highly recommend it! I could not put it down, even when I should have been asleep!
I found this book to be absolutely wonderful. As well as giving an insight and background to the goings on around the time of the Irish potato famine, it also transported me to a village I only had a picture of in my head. Through reading the book, I felt I was in the village and personally knew the charachters. I often cried and rejoiced with them. It was so sad to leave them when I had finished the book, but it wasn't long till I went back and read it again. Elaine Crowley has a fantastic gift of making you feel a part of her book.
Anyone who has any interest at all in the potato famine,or Ireland should read this book. It tells the story of Katie and Jamsie, and allows the reader to understand the pain and suffering of this time.