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The Encyclopaedia of Dublin Douglas Bennett

The Encyclopaedia of Dublin By Douglas Bennett

The Encyclopaedia of Dublin by Douglas Bennett

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A new edition of the standard reference work on the city of Dublin which reflects the welter of change that has swept the city since the early 1990s.

The Encyclopaedia of Dublin Summary

The Encyclopaedia of Dublin by Douglas Bennett

In the 12 years since first publication of Douglas Bennett's Encyclopaedia of Dublin, the city it described has changed beyond recognition. This new edition reflects those changes. In addition to re-writing most existing entries, he has included over eighty new ones.

Among the new entries are articles on the Digital Hub, The Dublin Docklands Development Authority, the Port Tunnel, the new signage system for orbital routes, the Ringsend Sewage Treatment Works, the Spire, and Standfast Dick.

The Encyclopaedia of Dublin is the standard reference work on the city. This new edition will consolidate Douglas Bennett's reputation as the outstanding contemporary chronicler of the Irish capital.

About Douglas Bennett

A native of Dublin, Douglas Bennett was educated at Wesley College and the National College of Art. An internationally acknowledged authority on Irish silver, about which he has published three books and lectured widely, he is secretary of the Company of Goldsmiths of Dublin and is chairman of Douglas Bennett and Associates, a professional fine art valuation company. He is an extra-mural lecturer with the National University of Ireland and with the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers. Apart from researching the history of his native city, the restoration of horse-drawn farm machinery occupies much of his leisure time.

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