James Starkey/Seumas O'Sullivan: A Critical Biography
This book provides a biographical account of James Starkey's life (1879-1958) and critically evaluates his literary works, written under the pseudonym Seumas O'Sullivan. This study is set in the contest of Anglo-Irish thought and modern Irish literature.
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