Poetry Books by Thomas Macdonagh

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Paddy's lament Authors: Thomas Michael Gallagher
Publisher: Harcourt
Published Date: 1982-05
Categories: History
Ireland in the mid-1800s was primarily a population of peasants, forced to live on a single, moderately nutritious crop: potatoes. Suddenly, in 1846, an unknown and uncontrollable disease turned the potato crop to inedible slime, and all Ireland was threatened. Index.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Prose Occasions Authors: Thomas Kinsella
Publisher: Carcanet Press
Published Date: 2009
Categories: English poetry
A selection of the essays and reviews of Thomas Kinsella, one of the greatest living Irish poets. It contains essays on the Gaelic poetry tradition, WB Yeats, Ezra Pound, Austin Clarke, Louis le Brocquy and Sean O Riada.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book South Boston, My Home Town Authors: Thomas H. O'Connor
Publisher: UPNE
Published Date: 1994
Categories: History
An engaging yet objective look at the 350-year old history of "Southie," a neighborhood that has survived largely unchanged since the early days of immigrant Irish families and old-time political bosses.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Perspectives on Irish Nationalism Authors: American Conference for Irish Studies, Michrina, Barry Paul Michrina, Thomas E. Hachey
Publisher:
Published Date: 1989
Categories: Ireland
Perspectives on Irish Nationalism examines the cultural, political, religious, economic, linguistic, folklore, and historical dimensions of the phenomenon of Irish nationalism. Its essayists are among the most distinguished Irish studies scholars. Their essays include a comprehensive analysis of the tapestry of Irish nationalism and focused studies that often challenge myths, pieties, and the scholarly consensus. Thomas E. Hachey is Professor of Irish, Irish-American, and British history and Chair of the department at Marquette University. He wrote Britain and Irish Separatism: From the Fenian ...

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Selected Verse of Thomas D'Arcy McGee Authors: Thomas D'Arcy McGee
Publisher: Exile Editions, Ltd.
Published Date: 2000
Categories: Literary Criticism
These poems tell the story of an Irish rebel who was a practical idealist of astounding energy. The verse, as well as being technically superb, simmers with indignation. The poet's attacks on privilege, defense of the poor, and vision of Canada as a champion of peace have recovered their timeliness today.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Britain and Irish Separatism Authors: Thomas E. Hachey
Publisher: Catholic University of Amer Press
Published Date: 1984
Categories: Home rule
"Even more so than the Young Ireland rising of 1848, the Fenian rebellion was an unqualified fiasco." So states Professor Hachey in the introduction to Britain and Irish Separatism. He goes from there to analyze the almost forty years of unsuccessful efforts by Irish and British leaders to reach a constitutional solution to "the Irish question," a failure that culminated in the resurgence of revolutionary separatism, the Easter Rising of 1916, and the growth of Sinn Fein. The Irish War for Independence and the Partition Compromise of 1921 are explored in detail, as is the relationship between Irish separatism and American politics, and the international impact of a free Ireland. - Back cover.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Dividing Ireland Authors: Professor of Modern British and Irish History Thomas Hennessey, Thomas Hennessey
Publisher: Routledge
Published Date: 2005-06-20
Categories: History
This book provides an original assessment of the First World War in Ireland and its consequences, the key to understanding the complexities of the Irish nation today. Thomas Hennessey explores how the War transformed the nature of the Irish and Ulster questions from devolved self-government within the UK to a free Irish republic outside the British Empire, considering such influential figures as de Valera and Michael Collins, and issues such as conscription. He examines both this process of re-evaluation, and the vital question of the consequences for Northern Ireland today.

Thomas Macdonagh Books, Thomas Macdonagh poetry book Lyrical Poems Authors: Thomas MacDonagh
Publisher: Franklin Classics
Published Date: 2018-10-06
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