Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, 1890-1939 (The Ford Lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford in the Hilary Term of 1978)
Oxford University Press, September 1989. Trade Paperback. Used - Good. Item #271877
In this book Lyons traces the outlines of four conflicting cultures which coexist in Ireland: Gaelic, English, Anglo-Irish and Ulster Protestant. He contends that their interlocking patterns form the basis of Ireland's continuing conflicts. The historical framework of the book is defined by
two symbolic dates: the fall of Parnell and the death of Yeats.
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