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John Redmond A Biography

Author : Warre B. Wells
ISBN : 9781409729426
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

John Redmond And Irish Unity 1912 1918

Author : Joseph P. Finnan
ISBN : 0815630433
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In his treatment of Redmond, Joseph P. Finnan demonstrates the multiple identities of the Irish Parliamentary Party as nationalist, liberal, and Catholic. He looks at Home Rule as part of a federal solution to the Irish question within the United Kingdom, the reasons for the failure of Redmond's war policies, and the collapse of the Irish Parliamentary Party as part of the wider phenomenon of the decline of liberalism during the Great War. As he looks at Irish nationalism in its worldwide context, Finnan also shows how Redmond's handling of organizational problems in America sets the pattern for his later handling of similar problems in Ireland.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Home Rule Speeches Of John Redmond M P

Author : John Edward Redmond
ISBN : 1378911245
Genre : History
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Category: History

Great Golf Courses Of Ireland

Author : John Redmond
ISBN : 9780717128754
Genre : Golf courses
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Many new golf courses have opened since the first edition of John Redmond's guide. This enlarged version reflects that fact with updated information on each of the 30 originally featured, plus photography and descriptions of four new courses: the European Club, Fota Island, Druid's Glen and Portmanock Links.
Category: Golf courses

John Redmond

Author : Dermot Meleady
ISBN : 9781785371578
Genre : Literary Collections
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Irish nationalist leader John Redmond left no diaries or memoirs, but was a prolific letter-writer. In John Redmond: Selected Letters and Memoranda, 1880–1918, Dermot Meleady skilfully edits Redmond’s correspondence to offer new and first-hand perspectives on key moments in Ireland’s history via the many-faceted postbag of one of its most able political figures. Spanning four decades, these letters to and from key figures such as John Dillon, William O’Brien, David Lloyd George and Herbert Asquith trace Parnell’s downfall, the reunification of the Irish Parliamentary Party, Irish participation in the First World War and the destruction of Redmond’s lifelong dream of Home Rule in the aftermath of the Easter 1916 rebellion. Redmond’s untimely death in 1918, after a wave of shocks and disappointments, marked a sadly premature end to an immense personality as well as the end of an era, but this book brings to life many of the episodes of the vibrant politics of his period. Above all, it gives Redmond back his own voice, allowing him to speak directly to us from a century ago and to correct some of the caricature to which he has sometimes been reduced in the popular memory and academic discourse.
Category: Literary Collections

Irish Pedigrees

Author : John O'Hart
ISBN : UOM:39015005107399
Genre : Ireland
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Category: Ireland

The Enlargement Of Europe

Author : Stuart Croft
ISBN : 0719049717
Genre : History
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"The Enlargement of Europe examines the debates surrounding the expansion of the pst-Cold War enlargement of the principal European institutions: the European Union, NATO, the Western European Union, the Council of Europe, and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. All were founded during the Cold War but since then have had to adjust to the dramatic changes that have taken place. They now face demands both to enlarge their functions and enlarge their membership to admit states from central, eastern and southern Europe. The extent and speed with which the process of enlargement will take place will be the most important factor in determining the future development of Europe. This book, employing a political science approach, is the first to analyse all the main European organisations. It focuses on three main questions: (i) is there one or several visions guiding the enlargement process? (ii) have there been separate motives for enlargement between the different organisations? and (iii) has there been a deliberate policy by Western governments to pursue a 'cost-free' expansion process?" --
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John Redmond

Author : Paul Bew
ISBN : 0852211309
Genre : Ireland
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Category: Ireland

Mude

Author : John Redmond
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131736188
Genre : Poetry
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John Redmond's follow-up to his first collection, 'Thumb's Width', 'MUDe' (from 'Multi-User Dimension', a type of online virtual world) is a collection of poems that reflects online fantasy role-playing games such as 'World of Warcraft'.
Category: Poetry

The Alexandra Sequence

Author : John Redmond
ISBN : 9781784102050
Genre : Poetry
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In The Alexandra Sequence John Redmond views contemporary urban life through the suggestive prism of the mummers’ play, a seasonal British folk-theatre staged in the streets and door-to-door. The book takes its title from an area of Liverpool, a city shaped by its recent history of trade and migration, still recovering after a long period of decline. Experiences of uprootedness and social precarity frame suburban lives that are ‘livid with accident’. Drawing on the two central themes of the mummers’ play – combat and resurrection – the poems reveal both dark and light parallels between the modern-day neighbourhood and medieval theatre: the carnivalesque zombie-drummers marching through a local park find their mirror-image in the daily disguises of life in a housing estate, or in the masked infractions of the 2011 England Riots. Mixing narrative and lyric, Redmond paints a neighbourhood of lively, unlikely references, from Juvenal to Tommy Cooper, Brueghel to indie rock. // ‘Ingenious, maverick, brilliantly protean – welcome to the quicksilver world of John Redmond’s new collection.’ (David Morley)
Category: Poetry

Thumb S Width

Author : John Redmond
ISBN : UOM:39015050757346
Genre : Poetry
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The title of Thumb's Width indicates the book's preoccupation with the miniature. Sketching the childhood relationship between two brothers, the poems often settle on small objects - shrimps, cigarettes, cat's eyes and plastic soldiers amongst others.
Category: Poetry

The Book Of Irish Golf

Author : John Redmond
ISBN : 1565543270
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Explores the origins of golf in Ireland, including the legendary courses and players of this hugely popular sport.
Category: Sports & Recreation