Irish College is a unique rite of passage for Irish adolescents. It is where they first experience the great crack of ceilis, homesickness, the friendships they may keep for life, first love and the value of money. This collection, which spans the years 1936 to 1995, includes several letters in Irish by former Taoiseach Garret FitzGerland from Ring in County Waterford, and dozens more from people of all walks of Irish life.
Used availability for Rose Doyle's Letters from Irish College
June 1996 : UK Paperback