Sweet Liberty: Travels in Irish America

Sweet Liberty: Travels in Irish America by Joseph O'Connor (Hardback, 1996)
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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! From the author of the international bestsellers Star of the Sea and Redemption Falls comes this vivid chronicle of Dublin towns across America. Joseph O'Connor's love affair with all things American led to an extraordinary tour of the United States to visit the nine different towns called Dublin, as well as some of the great cities and tiny hamlets in between.

Interspersed with his travels are vivid accounts of the Irish immigrant experience and a rich exploration of the intertwined roots of American music, from Irish ballads to jazz, country, blues and gospel. Sweet Liberty is a hilarious, poignant and unforgettable coast-to-coast tour which celebrates the breathtaking diversity of the Irish influence on America - and discovers along the way a town called Dublin that does not have one single pub within its limits.

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