Ireland: This Land Is Ours: A Novelized Biography of Michael Davitt, Irish Patriot

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Trafford Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 260 pages
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Michael Davitt was born in Straide, County Mayo, Ireland in 1846 at the height of the "Great Hunger". Overcoming many hardships, he rose to become an international figure and one of Ireland's most beloved patriots. This fictionalized biography brings back to life the beginning of the fight for Irish independence. Travel the journey with Michael Davitt as he struggles to break the power of the landlords and take Ireland out of the feudal system imposed upon the country by the British aristocracy.

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About the author (2006)

Lewis M. Elia is a retired teacher and former associate editor with MPC Educational Publishers of Terry Town, N.Y. This is the author's first novel.

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