Inishmaan Famous Quotes & Sayings

2 Inishmaan Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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There, on the far side of of the Atlantic, would be Maine, but despite the shared ocean, her island and this one were worlds apart. Where Inishmaan was gray and brown, its fragile man-made soil supporting only the hardiest of low-growing plants, the fertile Quinnipeague invited tall pines in droves, not to mention vegetables, flowers, and improbable, irrepressible herbs. Lifting her head, eyes closed now, she breathed in the damp Irish air and the bit of wood smoke that drifted on the cold ocean wind. Quinnipeague smelled of wood smoke, too, since early mornings there could be chilly, even in summer. But the wood smoke would clear by noon, giving way to the smell of lavender, balsam, and grass. If the winds were from the west, there would be fry smells from the Chowder House; if from the south, the earthiness of the clam flats; if from the northeast, the purity of sweet salt air.Barbara Delinsky Inishmaan Sayings By Barbara Delinsky: There, on the far side of of the Atlantic, would be Maine, but despite the
The odd thing about 'Cripple of Inishmaan' is it's never actually been performed on the island.Garry Hynes Inishmaan Sayings By Garry Hynes: The odd thing about 'Cripple of Inishmaan' is it's never actually been performed on the