In Triangle, Pól Ó Muirí meditates on contemporary Ireland in three novellas that shadow one another. Touching on issues relating to language, religion, history and economics, Ó Muirí offers a poignant reflection on Ireland and its people as they buckle under the forces of globalisation. He shades the paths of three men as modern Western mores try to unstitch them from their land and their heritage. They live in a country in which they feel they have no power or influence; a country in which their families had no power or influence in the past. They are abandoned and adrift but, nonetheless, belong to ancient communities of faith and culture. They are searching for their place in contemporary society—for their home.