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Romancing Ireland : Richard Hayward, 1892?1964.

Author: Paul Clements
Publisher: New York : The Lilliput Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Richard Hayward was one of Ireland's best-loved cultural figures of the mid-twentieth century. A popular Irish travel writer, actor and singer, he led an intense and productive life, leaving behind a remarkable body of work through his writing and recordings. However, since his death in a car crash in 1964, the man who was a celebrated Irish household name has suffered neglect. Born in Southport, Lancashire, Hayward  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Clements, Paul.
Romancing Ireland : Richard Hayward, 1892?1964.
New York : The Lilliput Press, ©2014
Named Person: Richard Hayward; Richard Hayward
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Clements
ISBN: 9781843516323 1843516322
OCLC Number: 881886686
Description: 1 online resource (662 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title page; Frontispiece; By the same author; Dedication; Contents; Author's note on names; List of Abbreviations; Timeline; Epigraph; Introduction; Prelude; ONE: 'Soaked in Irish songs and stories' (1892-1910); TWO: Sweet poetic aspirations (1911-1924); THREE: 'They lie who say I do not love this country!' (1920-1937); FOUR: Crusaders of the ether (1924-1950s); FIVE: Master of his art (1920s, '30s, '40s); SIX: Name in lights (1935-1939); SEVEN: 'As wonderful as Father O'Flynn' (1936-1944); EIGHT: 'A stubborn divil' (1942-1946). NINE: Ulster versus Ireland: A 'sugar-coating' battle (1939-1946)TEN: 'We used to row like hell at times --
as good friends do' (1947-1949); ELEVEN: 'Talkative traveller' (1950-1955); TWELVE: Friendly invasion from the North (1952-1955); THIRTEEN: Many-wayed man with an 'eye for the main chance' (1955-1959); FOURTEEN: Munster literary swansong (1959-1964); FIFTEEN: Tragedy strikes (1964); SIXTEEN: Final parting; Postscript: Richard Hayward Assayed; The Ballad of Richard Hayward (1965), by Roy Dickson; Bibliography; Notes; Acknowledgments; Permissions and photo credits; Copyright.

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Richard Hayward was one of Ireland's best-loved cultural figures of the mid-twentieth century. A popular Irish travel writer, actor and singer, he led an intense and productive life, leaving behind a remarkable body of work through his writing and recordings. However, since his death in a car crash in 1964, the man who was a celebrated Irish household name has suffered neglect. Born in Southport, Lancashire, Hayward was raised in Larne on the Antrim coast. He buried his English past and devoted his days to promoting Ireland. As a pioneering filmmaker, he appeared in the first black-and-wh.

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