The Story of Ireland
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204 Pages
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“The Story of Ireland” is a 1887 work by Emily Lawless that offers the reader a fantastic overview of Irish history. The Hon. Emily Lawless (1845–1913) was an Irish historian, gardener, poet, entomologist, and novelist of the early modern period. Contents include: “Primeval Ireland”, “The Legends and the Legend Makers”, “Pre-Christian Ireland”, “St Patrick the Missionary”, “The First Irish Monasteries”, “St Columba and the Western Church”, “The Northern Scourge”, “Brian of the Tribute”, “From Brian to Strongbow”, “The Anglo-Norman Invasion”, “Henry II in Ireland”, “Effects of the Anglo-Norman Invasion”, etc. Highly recommended for those with an interest in Ireland and its colourful history. Other notable works by Lawless include: “A Chelsea Householder” (1882), “A Millionaire's Cousin” (1885), and “Ireland” (1885). Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this insightful classic now in a new edition complete with an introductory chapter by Helen Edith Sichel.

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Published 07 December 2020
Reads 13
EAN13 9781528791724
Language English
Document size 1 MB

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