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March 1, 2022


#ReadingIrelandMonth22 March reading list

by NancyElin

  • The hardest thing you have to change is your mind….. 
  • I’ve decided to start this most difficult challenge !
  • #MountTBR2022
  • #BeatTheBacklog
  • Monthy Planning



Reading List March:      0/10    …stay tuned!

  1. Patrick Kavnaugh – Antionette Quinn (biography)


  1. Peter Abelard Helen Waddell  (historical fiction)

Peter Abelard by Helen Waddell by Helen Waddell Helen Waddell

Finish date: March 02 2022
Genre: Novel (210 pg…almost a novella)
Rating: D-



  1. Still Life – Ciarán Carson (poems)  (17 poems)
  2. The Best of Frank O’Connor (6 essays about Irish writers)
  3. The Canterville Ghost (novella) – O. Wilde
  4. Theatre & Ireland – Lionel Pilkington (2010)
  5. Portia Coughlan – Marina Carr (play)


  1. Shining City – Conor McPherson (play)

Shining City by Conor McPherson by Conor McPherson (no photo)

Finish date: 04 March 2022
Genre: Play
Rating: F



  1. On Blueberry Hill – Sebastian Barry (play)
  2. The Humours of Bandon – Margret McAuliffe (play)
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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mar 1 2022

    I adore Marina Carr and Conor McPherson and the Patrick Kavanagh biography is fantastic. Happy reading!

    • Mar 1 2022

      I’ve had P. Kavanagh biography on my Irish TBR for 2 years…now it was the time!
      Ireland is a “theatre” land…with so many classic and modern playwrights…but you know that since you’ve studied theatre! Marina Carr is is a class apart….such a great writer!

  2. Mar 3 2022

    The Begorathon!!! What a cute name for it. Enjoy!!! I’m not familiar with any of the titles or authors on your list.

    • Mar 3 2022

      I hope you have some time to read a book by a Irish author this month!


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