Romantic Ireland : from Tone to Gonne ; fresh perspectives on nineteenth-century Ireland / edited by Paddy Lyons, John Miller and Willy Maley.
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- ISBN: 9781443853583
- ISBN: 1443853585
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (x, 424 pages)
- Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Part i:history; introduction to part i; i.class, colonialism, and republicanism; chapter one; chapter two; chapter three; ii.faith, fatherland, and fartherlands; chapter four; chapter five; chapter six; iii.fenianism and football; chapter seven; chapter eight; chapter nine; iv.reinventing the past; chapter ten; chapter eleven; chapter twelve; v. backward looks; chapter thirteen; chapter fourteen; chapter fifteen; part ii:literature; introduction to part ii; i.gendering the field; chapter sixteen; chapter seventeen; chapter eighteen; ii.romancing the nation; chapter nineteen.
Chapter twentychapter twenty one; chapter twenty two; chapter twenty three; iii.revisiting the irish question; chapter twenty four; chapter twenty five; chapter twenty six; iv.'what ishmy nation?':race and representation; chapter twenty seven; chapter twenty eight; contributors.
|Summary:|| The long nineteenth century, arguably the most significant period in Irish history, is marked by a series of events that changed the political landscape of the nation forever and gave rise to art and ideas of international importance. At one end of this tumultuous period, we have Grattan's Parliament, the United Irishmen, the Rebellion of 1798 led by Wolfe Tone, and the Union of 1801, and at the other, the fall of Parnell, the Easter Rising, Civil War and partition. Between times there are th ...
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