Parnell And The Englishwoman

  • Title: Parnell And The Englishwoman
  • Author: Hugh Leonard
  • ISBN: 9780140133189
  • Page: 420
  • Format: None
  • Parnell And The Englishwoman The leader of the struggle for Irish independence and the daughter of an English clergyman risk everything to become lovers during the reign of Queen Victoria
    The leader of the struggle for Irish independence and the daughter of an English clergyman risk everything to become lovers during the reign of Queen Victoria.

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    About Hugh Leonard


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Hugh Leonard was an Irish dramatist, television writer and essayist In a career that spanned 50 years, Leonard wrote than 18 plays, two volumes of essays and two autobiographies, one novel and numerous screenplays and teleplays, as well as writing a regular newspaper column.


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    1. Punch magazine depicts the Fenian movement as Frankenstein's monster to Charles Parnell's Frankenstein, in the wake of the Phoenix Park Murders.Description: The leader of the struggle for Irish independence and the daughter of an English clergyman risk everything to become lovers during the reign of Queen Victoria. Watch hereCharles Stewart Parnell (Irish: Cathal Stiúbhard Pharnell; 27 June 1846 – 6 October 1891) was a Protestant Irish landlord, nationalist, politician, land reform agitator, [...]

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    2. This book is amazingly written, loved how the story developed and all the characters. Some parts took me by surprise but I really liked how things happened. Good read about love and politics.

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    3. I may be biased as my grandfather, Dr Jowers, is mentioned on page 263. Nevertheless it is an interesting read, especialy if you have an interest in the struggle for Home Rule in Ireland.

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    4. A whirlwind of a book! From the beginning you get the strong sense that time is limited, and that both political and personal events are only inches from collapsing into disaster. The relationship between Parnell and O'Shea is brilliantly depicted as surprisingly mundane and calm while the world storm is raging outside. What really got me hooked is how well Parnell is portrayed as both brilliant and infuriating. Through her eyes you get a sense of what must have drawn people to him - and at the [...]

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