Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century
Tadhg Foley, Seán Ryder
Four Courts Press, 1998 - History - 222 pages
Revised from presentations at a June 1996 conference in Galway, 16 essays document the engagement of the Irish in the ideological strife in the economic, social, political, and cultural domains during the 19th century. Controversies over aesthetics and representation in art and literature; public di
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