Islands of Storm

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Dufour Editions, 1994 - 320 pages
An account of the spiritual, Intellectual, and material lives of early monks who lived at the edge of the world. "Appealing-both an engaging travelogue and a splendid history of early Irish monasticism. James Charles Roy takes us to the desolate Iris

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Roy, author of The Road Wet, the Wind Close (Dufour, 1986), here continues his exploration of ancient Ireland. He visits two islands off the coast of Western Ireland and another off Scotland in order ... Read full review

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