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Sep 3, 2020

bestselling ‘Thirty-two Words for Field’ gets rave reviews

Manchán Magan’s

The Irish Times’ Jennifer O’Connell described Manchán’s bestselling new book, Thirty-two Words for Field, just published by Gill Books, as a ‘rip-roaring archaeological and anthropological exploration of the lyricism, mystery and oddities of the Irish language… 

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You won’t have to speak Irish - you don’t even have to be Irish - to be wholly absorbed by this unique, enchanting book.’ None other than actress and goddess Caitriona Balfe tweeted that it was, 'The book I never knew I needed'!  Thirty-two Words… is a treasure trove of our history, a linguistic dive into the heart of what makes our tiny little nation different, as Manchán illuminates the nuances and magic of our native tongue.

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