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James Larkin: Lion of the Fold

by Donal Nevin (Editor)

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Anyone beginning a study of Larkin should use this book as a starting point for its comprehensive detail of source material, correspondence and references about Larkin and his career in trade unionism and in party politics as well as that of his family life. By and large the contributors are overwhelmingly praiseworthy of Larkin but other works which take different views are referenced and given fair hearing. The book is a useful analytical tool to decide on what other works to access. ( )
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Donal Nevin documents in this impressive volume all the aspects of Larkin's life ... At the height of the roar of the Celtic Tiger, this well-written and well-edited book is a timely reminder of the long distance which we have all travelled together.

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