Columbia University Press wishes you a very happy St. Patrick’s Day from New York! For St. Paddy’s, take a look at a few of the many impressive titles from Dalkey Archive’s Irish Literature Series.
The Dalkey Archive
Hailed as “the best comic fantasy since Tristram Shandy” upon its publication in 1964, The Dalkey Archive is Flann O’Brien’s fifth and final novel.
From Out of the City
“From Out of the City is intricate, outrageous, sophisticated, funny and wonderfully entertaining: what more could a reader ask?”
— John Banville
The Cold Eye of Heaven
Christine Dwyer Hickey
“Christine Dwyer Hickey’s tale of a very ordinary Dubliner, starting at the close of his life, is the most profound novel I have read for years.”
— The Guardian
The Key (Dual-Language Edition)
Máirtin Ó Cadhain
Translated by Louis de Paor and Lochlainn Ó Tuairisg
“He is one of the most important writers of the twentieth century.”