That Myriad-minded Man: A Biography of George William Russell "A.E.", 1867-1935
A full-length annotated and referenced biography of Russell, better known by his penname: AE. As well as being a mystic, visionary, poet, artist, pacifist, and patriot, he was also an economist, journalist, and ardent organizer of Sir Horace Plunkett's Irish Agricultural Organization Society for which he travelled through every county in Ireland talking to the farmers about the advantages of co-operatives!
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