In the Steps of St Finbarre: Voices and Memories of the Lee Valley
By: Kieran McCarthy (author)Paperback
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Legend, folklore, personal stories, geography and history all interplay in this impressive book. Featuring the photographs of professional photographer Tony O'Connell and written by experienced writer Kieran MacCarthy, this book follows the course of the River Lee from where it rises in Gougane Barra estuary in Cork City, touching along the way the many mysteries and hidden gems of Cork's history and geography and reflecting on the legend of St. Finbarre, Cork's patron saint. This is a wonderful book filled with information and beautiful images - for the visitor and for those who know, love, and live in Cork.
Kieran MacCarthy is a born-and-bred Corkonian. An accomplished author, he has previously published five books. The latest, Voices of Cork: The Knitting Map Speaks, was published by Nonsuch in 2005 and was an important part of one of the high points of Cork's Culture of Capital programme.
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