The King of Tory: from City to Crag by Patsy Dan Rodgers

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Abstract

Book Contents

Introduction by Art Hughes, Ulster University

Patsy Dan’s life story
Chapter 1 The young child in the city
Chapter 2 ‘A crag in the middle of the sea’ Childhood in Tory
Chapter 3 Currachs and fishing
Chapter 4 Farming
Chapter 5 The year and traditions in Tory
Chapter 6 Saint Colm Cille and the Tory clay
Chapter 7 Tory and Scotland
Chapter 8 Tory and surrounding islands
Chapter 9 Derek Hill and James Dixon
Chapter 10 Portrait of the artist as a young man
Chapter 11 Other visitors to Tory
Chapter 12 Music and song in Tory
Chapter 13 Ships and boats wrecked on Tory
Chapter 14 Tory in danger of abandonment
Chapter 15 The honour of King
Chapter 16 An eye on the past, an eye on the future
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBelfast
PublisherBen Madigan Press
Number of pages368
Volume1
ISBN (Print)978-0-9954873-1-4
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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