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Parnell reconsidered

Author: Pauric Travers; Donal McCartney; Fionnuala Waldron
Publisher: Dublin : University College Dublin Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of essays by leading scholars and Parnell experts reconsiders Charles Stewart Parnell and the Parnell family legacy in the context of the late 19th century and in relation to the development of Irish politics and society in that period.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Charles Stewart Parnell; Charles Stewart Parnell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pauric Travers; Donal McCartney; Fionnuala Waldron
ISBN: 9781906359706 1906359709
OCLC Number: 900639063
Notes: Includes 2 articles by Pauric Travers 'Parnell and religion' and 'The march of the nation: Parnell's ne plus ultra speech' and 1 article by Fionnuala Waldron 'Defending the cause: Parnell and the drink interest'
Description: x, 314 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Notes on Contributors; Introduction; DONAL McCARTNEY: Parnell and the Meaning of Home Rule; D. G. BOYCE: The Odd Couple? Gladstone, Parnell and Home Rule; Margaret Ward: Anna Parnell: Challenges to Male Authority and the Telling of National Myth; Pauric Travers: Parnell and Religion; Felix M. Larkin: Parnell, Politics and the Press in Ireland, 1875-1924; Myles Dungan: Mr Parnell's Rottweiler: Parnell and United Ireland 1881-1891; Fionnuala Waldron: Defending the Cause: Parnell and the Drink Interest; Pat Power: The Parnells and Paris; Donal McCartney: Parnell and Sexual Scandal; Pauric Travers: The March of the Nation: Parnell's 'ne plus ultra' Speech; Donal McCartney: Parnell's Manifesto to the Irish People; Notes; Index.
Responsibility: edited by Pauric Traverrs and Donal McCartney.

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