Ireland and Britain Since 1922, Volume 5
P. J. Drudy
CUP Archive, 1986 - History - 184 pages
This interdisciplinary annual brings together the work of the best scholars currently working on Ireland, and observes Ireland's relationship with the larger world. Irish Studies brings much important research on the historical, economic, social, political, and more general cultural spheres to a far wider audience than has otherwise been possible. It draws contributions from a whole range of disciplines, with each thematic volume casting significant new light on a major topic of interest.
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