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Description - Parting Glass: A Toast to the Traditi by Eric Roth

The Parting Glass is an inviting ramble through forty-three traditional pubs in the cities and countryside of Ireland. Some are historic taverns, others are more contemporary, but all convey the timeless feel and the flavour of the country. Roth's glowing, intimate photographs are accompanied by narratives of the places and their patrons by columnist Eileen McNamara, as well as a sprinkling of quotations.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781584794387
ISBN-10: 1584794380
Format: Hardback
Pages: 144
Imprint: Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc
Publish Date: 25-Nov-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Eric Roth

Eric Roth has travelled the world during more than 30 years of commercial photography. Irish pubs are a favorite subject because of their warmth and rich personality. Eric works on many assignments for interior design books and magazines. He regularly shoots assignments for magazines such as "Elle Decor", "House Beautiful", "HOME", "Coastal Living", "Yankee", "The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine", "Inspired Home", "Old House Interiors", "Cape Cod Home", and "Boston Magazine". He is also currently at work on books about the Turkish baths of Istanbul, antique shops, Boston interiors and U.S. Route One. Eileen McNamara is a Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist for The Boston Globe. She is the granddaughter of four Irish men and women who immigrated to Boston as young adults - the McNamaras of County Clare and the Dohertys of County Donegal. She lives outside Boston with her husband, Boston Globe sportswriter Peter May and their three children.

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