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by Joan De Vere

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Author:
Joan De Vere
ISBN13:
978-0946640430
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0946640432
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Dufour Editions (May 1, 1999)
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The title alone sums up the wistful and doom-laden joi de vivre of a minority culture in terminal decline, trying (but failing) to reconcile with the fact that its hey-day is over

The title alone sums up the wistful and doom-laden joi de vivre of a minority culture in terminal decline, trying (but failing) to reconcile with the fact that its hey-day is over. The book is an extremely well-written memoir by the (adopted) daughter and grand-daughter of a once-prominent Anglo-Irish family, the de Veres, who lived at a magnificent pile, Curragh Chase, near Limerick.

After a spell in London, studying domestic science and working for an unorthodox Harley Street doctor, Joan de Vere returned to Ireland and marriage in 1936

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. After a spell in London, studying domestic science and working for an unorthodox Harley Street doctor, Joan de Vere returned to Ireland and marriage in 1936. Curragh Chase, her father's estate, was home to the de Veres from 1657 until its destruction by fire and eventual sale to the Forestry Commission in 1957.

In Ruin Reconciled, A Memoir of Anglo-Ireland 1913–1959 (t'hat country of the mind'), tells the story of an orphan girl adopted by Anglo-Irish parents and brought to live in the Big House of Curragh Chase, Adare, Co. Limerick. Her solitary childhood among elders and betters during the 1920s was relieved by visits to her grandmother in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, and a brief schooling at Alexandra College, Dublin

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After a spell in London, studying domestic science and working for an unorthodox Harley Street doctor, Joan de Vere returned to Ireland and marriage in 1936. Curragh Chase, her father's estate, was home to the de Veres from 1657 until its destruction by fire and eventual sale to the Forestry Commission. More . Book rate: 0 downloads. In Ruin Reconciled: A Memoir of Anglo-­Ireland 1913-­1959.

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