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The Farm by Lough Gur: The Story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien) as told to Mary Carbery epub

by Elizabeth Corsellis,Mary Carbery


The Farm by Lough Gur: The Story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien) as told to Mary Carbery epub

ISBN: 1843511754

ISBN13: 978-1843511755

Author: Elizabeth Corsellis,Mary Carbery

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Lilliput Pr Ltd (September 20, 2011)

Pages: 306 pages

ePUB book: 1150 kb

FB2 book: 1654 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 769

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Shane Leslie (Introduction). Lough Gur, like so much of Ireland, is a magical place and I was fortunate not only to be able to spend a little time there but also to have been given Mary Carbery’s book as a travel guide to a lost but not forgotten world.

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of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien): A Choice of the Catholic Book Club. Published by Longmans, Green and C. London, 1940. Publication Date: 1940. Illustrator: Elizabeth Corsellis. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good.

com: The Farm by Lough Gur, The Story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien): A Choice of the Catholic Book Club. Green cloth with some damp staining and discoloration on the upper sections of the covers otherwise good. Some edge wear to dust jacket with chips and tears and some wrinkling to a section of the rear panel otherwise good. Jacket is price clipped. Illustrated with drawings. Used Condition: Good Hardcover.

the story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien). Special ed. by Mary Carbery. Published 1938 by The Catholic Book Club in London Ex-library stamps on front free and back paste-down endpapers: Elizabeth Seton High School. Wellesley Hills, Mass. Published 1938 by The Catholic Book Club in London. Mary O'Brien Fogarty (1858-). Ex-library stamps on front free and back paste-down endpapers: Elizabeth Seton High School. Academy of the Assumption. Lough Gur, Story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien).

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by Mary Carbery and Elizabeth Corsellis. The Farm By Lough Gur: The Story of Mary Fogarty (Sissy O'Brien). A Piece of Her Heart: The True Story of a Mother and Daughter Separated by the Russian Revolution and the Lives Their Families Built While a. Oct 23, 2009

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Mary Carbery (1867-1949) was an English author. Born Mary Vanessa Toulmin, she was born and raised at Childwickbury Manor, Hertfordshire. She married London born and Cambridge educated Algernon William George Evans-Freke, 9th Baron Carbery of Castle. She married London born and Cambridge educated Algernon William George Evans-Freke, 9th Baron Carbery of Castle Freke, County Cork, Ireland. Following his premature death in 1898, Carbery was left to the run the estate on her own where she raised her family. She later married Professor Arthur Wellesley Sandford of Frankfield House, County Cork, Ireland.

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It depicts a social hierarchy of dominant men and credulous servants and hangers-on, mirroring the hierarchy of formal religiosity that overlaid the rich landscape of folk belief and custom.

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This memoir captures the lost world of the strong-farm family in post-famine Munster, Ireland. Through Mary O'Brien's memories, which she recounted to Mary Carbery, this book tells the story of middle class Catholics in Ireland, who confidently expected to be the inheritors of the earth in a Home-Rule Ireland. Their world has rarely been evoked so sensitively as in this beguiling and most engaging narrative.