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This powerful memoir gives new insights into the experiences and forgotten hopes of the white collar professionals, who provided late nineteenth ...Show synopsisThis powerful memoir gives new insights into the experiences and forgotten hopes of the white collar professionals, who provided late nineteenth-century Irish nationalism with its activists. First published in 1921 after the author's death, the book's unfashionable political and religious attitudes ensured its neglect, although it includes memorable vignettes of meetings with Parnell, Davitt, and Pearse. It gives an invaluable description of the poverty and sectarian divisions of post-Famine rural Ulster and the anti-Irish prejudices of Britain in the 1880s, but also of the new opportunities provided by a slowly modernizing state which a lucky and enterprising boy could attain at great emotional cost.Hide synopsis
Description:Acceptable. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows...Acceptable. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Your purchase also supports literacy charities.
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Description:Near Fine. 1900621401. Pages are clean and tight. This is a NEW...Near Fine. 1900621401. Pages are clean and tight. This is a NEW book. Modern reprint of the original 1921 edition by Maunsel & Roberts. James Mullin [1846-1920], born in poverty in Cookstown Co., Tyrone, became a labourer at the age of 11. Through love of learning and tremendous sacrifices by himself and his widowed mother, he put himself through Cookstown Academy and Queen's College Galway in the 1870s, eventually becoming a successful doctor in Cardiff. A Fenian as a teenager, and a lifelong Republican, he later became active in the Home Rule movement".; Classics of Irish History Series; 4 3/4 x 7 1/4; 235 pages; Cover has light shelfwear and rubbing.
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