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The Blasket Island Guide

THE BLASKET ISLAND GUIDE

Written by
Ray Stagles
and
Sue Redican

This guide is perfect for anyone who wants to explore the Great Blasket Island, learn its history and discover what has captivated visitors and residents in this special place. Written by acknowledged experts and illustrated throughout in colour.

Category:
Travel

Paperback:
96 pages
Paperback:
£4.99
Size:
177x110 mm
Status:
Out of Stock
Pre Order
ISBN:
9781847172167
Pub. Date:
9th May 2011

The Blasket Islands are famous for their writers, lore and unique location off the south-west tip of Ireland. This guide is perfect for anyone who wants to explore the Great Blasket Island, learn its history and discover what has captivated visitors and residents in this special place. Written by acknowledged experts and illustrated throughout in colour.

Ray Stagles was born and brought up in Leyton, east London. He studied at University College London, evacuated to Aberystwyth ,and there met his future wife, Joan. They both took Honours degrees in English in 1942. He served as a radar mechanic in the Fleet Air Arm until 1946. After the war he taught in schools in Essex, then became a Head Teacher, first, in 1957, in Shropshire, then, from 1964, in Berkshire.

In 1966 he and Joan first visited the Great Blasket Island, which from then on became their joint passion. His interests include hill walking, books, jazz, classical music, theatre, cryptic crosswords and scrabble.

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