Dublin: A Cultural and Literary History

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Europe's most westerly capital city was established by invaders and was for most of its history the locus of colonial administration, the engine room of foreign power and a major site of indigenous resistance. From The Act of Union through nineteenth-century decline and into the early years of Irish independence it was a city identified with poverty, dirt and decaying splendour. The Celtic Tiger produced sweeping changes, including massive new building projects, and the surprising revelation that Dublin has become ...

Dublin: A Cultural and Literary History 2005, Signal Books Ltd, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781902669991

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Dublin: A Cultural and Literary History 2005, Liffey Press

ISBN-13: 9781904148692

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