A Wee Bit of Irish Authors

dracula james joyce gulliver's travels

Irish authors, both classic and contemporary, born in Ireland or of Irish ancestry, fill library shelves with compelling literature.  Embrace a bit of the Irish with one of these well-known titles, or link to a list of titles by the author that are held at the library.  Connect to the Biography Reference Bank to find for more author information.

James Joyce:  Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Jonathan Swift: Gulliver’s Travels

Bram Stoker: Dracula

C. S. Lewis: Chronicles of Narnia

Bernard Shaw: Pygmalion (My Fair Lady)

W. B. Yeats: Irish Fairy and Folk Tales

Oscar Wilde: Picture of Dorian Gray

Eoin Colfer: Artemis Fowl

Frank McCourt: Angela’s Ashes

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  1. Favorite Irish Authors Roddy Doyle — Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Han. The Commitments, The Red Snapper, A Star Named Henry, also Frank McCort,
    Angela’s Ashes, Teacher Man, and “Tis.

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