The Construction of Dublin Hardcover – May 17, 2000.
The Construction of Dublin Hardcover – May 17, 2000. by. Frank McDonald (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
He was born in 1950 and educated at Kelly's Private School Cabra Road, St. Vincent's . Glasnevin and University College Dublin, graduating with a BA (History and Politics) in 1971.
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WHEN JOURNALIST FRANK McDonald and his partner of 40 years got married in Dublin’s Botanic Gardens in. .
WHEN JOURNALIST FRANK McDonald and his partner of 40 years got married in Dublin’s Botanic Gardens in 2016, their wedding wasn’t just a reflection of their love for each other, but of how Ireland has changed over those decades. When they met, Frank and his now-husband Eamon Slater had to conduct a fairly clandestine relationship, when in public at least. The Ireland they fell in love in was not a friendly place if you were gay. For one, it was illegal for you to be sexually active
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His books include The Destruction of Dublin and (with Kathy Sheridan) The Builders. Kathy Sheridan is an Irish Times staff journalist. Truly Frank by Frank McDonald. For the latest books, recommendations, offers and more.
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Very light scratch to back cover. In this book, Frank McDonald - Environment Correspondent of the Irish Times - documents the scale of the challenge to Dublin's development, drawing extensively on what is happening right now as a guide.