Some books and a couple a DVD (1 Viewer)

Jul 14, 2003
Perdido Street Station - China Mielville (awesom fantasy/sci-fi) €3

The Age of Gaia - James Lovelock €2

The Case for Communism - W. Gallacher €2

Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad €2

Ethics journal Vol. 98, October 87 - essays on 'Integrity', 'Equality as moral ideal' and 'Marx, Morality and History' €2

Legends - Large book of fantasy short stories from Stephen King, Terry Pratchett, Robert Jordan, Raymond E Feist and loads others €3

Karl Marx - David Lyon €2

The Red Dahlia - Lynda La Plante €2

The Gathering - Anne Enright €2

The Silmarillion - JRR Tolkien €2

Lord of The Rings - JRR Tolkien €1

On Beauty - Zadie Smith €2

Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen (nice 70s imprint with funny cover) €2

Types of Drama - Huge collection of plays (ideal for English degree) including Sophocles, Shakespeare, Ibsen, Wilde, Chekhov, Shaw, Miller, Williams, Brecht, Pinter, Beckett......... €3

Purple Hibiscus - Chimanada Ngozi Adichie €2

Philadelphia Here I Come - Brian Friel €2

Castle Rackrent - Maria Edgeworth €2

Kim - Rudyard Kipling €2

The Real Charlotte - Somerville & Ross €2

Homosexuality - DJ West (Pelican publication from 1955 with such insightful chapter titles as 'Prospects of Cure', 'Deciding the Aims of Treatment' and 'Techniques of Treatment'!) €2

English History 1914-1945 - AJP Taylor (Deadly Pelican publication) €2

Steppenwolf - Herman Hesse €2

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - James Joyce €2

Mattimeo - Brian Jacques €1

Wizard and the Glass - Stephen King €1 (Little bent out of shape)

The Waste Lands - Stephen King €1 (Slightly bent)

The Drawing of the Three - Stephen King €1 (Slightly bent)

The Stand - Stephen King €1 (tattered)

Books of Blood Vol II - Clive Barker €1

A Certain Smile - Francoise Sagan €2

Staying Alive - Amazing collection of 500 poems (if you like poetry, I don't) €3

A Pocketful of Python - John Cleese €2

Downsize This! - Michael Moore €2

Stupid White Men - Michael Moore €2

Trainspotting - Irving Welsh €1

The Battle Below Giltspur - Cormac MacRaois €1

Fantastic Mr Fox - Roald Dahl €2

Laughter: The Best Medicine - Robert Holden (Self-help weirdness) €1

Ripe for the Picking: The Inside Story of the Northern Bank Robbery - Chris Moore €2

Mama's Going to Buy You a Mocking Bird - Jean Little €1

The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings - Joe Tiernan €2

Saturday - Ian McEwan €2

The Prodigal Daughter - Jeffrey Archer (!) €1

The Trigger Men - Martin Dillon (Great look at collusion politics in the North) €2

Stark Raving Rulers - Sean Moncrieff €1

New Media Technology - John Pavlik (Grossly outdated Media Studies book with a "new chapter" on the internet from '96) €1

The Sedona Method - Hale Dwoskin (instruction on how to 'get rid of your emotional baggage and live the life you want) €2

Revision for Leaving Cert Honours English (03/04) €1

The Irish Famine - Peter Gray €1

Women and the Labour Market - Teresa Rees (old and outdated Routledge) €1

Fighting Fantasy Books - All €2

Sorcery! 1 The Shamutanti Hills
Sorcery! 2 Khare: Cityport of Traps
Sorcery! 3 The Seven Serpents
Sorcery! 4 The Crown of Kings

The Citadel of Chaos (Battered, but original artwork from early 80s)
Space Assassin
House of Hell
Freeway Fighter
Creature of Havoc
Daggers of Darkness (Battered)
Slaves of the Abyss
Return to Firetop Mountain (Battered)
Siege of Sardath
Caverns of the Snow Witch (Battered)

Fighting Fantasy Novels:
Shadowmaster - Marc Gascoigne
Trolltooth Wars - Steve Jackson


Raging Bull - unwatched €3
The Searchers €3
Mean Streets €3
American Splendour €3
Open Your Eyes (Original Spanish film which Vanilla Sky was a remake of) €3
Standing in the Shadows of Motown €3
Thin Red Line €2


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Apr 22, 2009
If you still have Books of Blood II when I get back at the end of August, keep it for me, oui? Eh, and the Ethics journal... and Types of Drama and that one on Homosexuality Pleze, Stephen.

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