Books that are set in Ireland.

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Ask Again, Yes
My Life in Shambles
The Way Home: Tales from a Life Without Technology
Normal People
What the Wind Knows
The Upside of Falling Down
Conversations with Friends
My Life in Shambles
When All Is Said
The Witch Elm
A Ladder to the Sky
The Heart's Invisible Furies
The Trespasser (Dublin Murder Squad #6)
A Keeper
The Ruin (Cormac Reilly, #1)
The Scholar (Cormac Reilly, #2)
Notes to Self: Essays
Angela's Ashes (Frank McCourt, #1)
In the Woods (Dublin Murder Squad, #1)
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
The Likeness (Dublin Murder Squad, #2)
Faithful Place (Dublin Murder Squad #3)
How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe 
Broken Harbor (Dublin Murder Squad, #4)
The Wonder
The Secret Scripture
The Princes of Ireland (The Dublin Saga, #1)
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Pandora by Joshua GrantThe Assiduous Quest of Tobias Hopkins by James FaroThe Assiduous Quest of Tobias Hopkins by James FaroThe Code by James FaroLife of Pi by Yann Martel
Fictitious Shipwrecks
87 books — 39 voters
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourtIn the Woods by Tana FrenchExit Unicorns by Cindy BrandnerDubliners by James JoyceUlysses by James Joyce
Best Irish Books
563 books — 550 voters

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar WildeAngela's Ashes by Frank McCourtDubliners by James JoyceDracula by Bram StokerUlysses by James Joyce
Best Irish Literature
568 books — 631 voters

Cold Mountain by Charles FrazierThe Killer Angels by Michael ShaaraThe Far Pavilions by M.M. KayeLonesome Dove by Larry McMurtryThe Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton
Best 1800s Historical Fiction
385 books — 218 voters
Ulysses by James JoyceDubliners by James JoyceA Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James JoyceJames Joyce by Richard EllmannFinnegans Wake by James Joyce
James Joyce Reading List
42 books — 36 voters

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John McGahern
They'd listen silenty, with grave faces: but once they'd turn to each other they'd smile cruelly. He couldn't have it both ways. He'd put himself outside and outside they'd make him stay. Neither brutality nor complaining could force a way in.
John McGahern, The Dark

George Bernard Shaw
The heart of an Irishman is nothing but his imagination
George Bernard Shaw

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