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Nationalism in Ireland (edition 1995)

by D. George Boyce

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Title:Nationalism in Ireland
Authors:D. George Boyce
Info:Routledge (1995), Edition: 3, Paperback, 512 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
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This is a detailed examination of the phenomenon of nationalism as it has appeared in Ireland.

The book is well researched, if, perhaps, a little dated now and has probably been superseded by [a:Richard English's|339021|Richard English|https://s.gr-assets.com/assets/nophoto/user/m_50x66-82093808bca726cb3249a493fbd3bd0f.png] excellent [b:Irish Freedom: A History of Nationalism in Ireland|3058338|Irish Freedom A History of Nationalism in Ireland|Richard English|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1358744934s/3058338.jpg|3089240]. Even so, the book still repays reading, and much of the current trend of questioning the myths of Irish nationalism can be seen in embryonic form here. ( )
  JohnPhelan | Oct 4, 2016 |
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Based on extensive historical, literary and political research, this text examines the relationship between ideas and political and social reality. It explains why the aspirations of Irish nationalism have failed to modify the facts of Irish political conflict and sectarian division. For this revised edition, Professor Boyce has added a new final chapter which considers the development of nationalism in both parts of Ireland in the light of the most recent political events and places the phenomenon of nationalism in its contemporary and European setting.

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