Samuel Ferguson and the Culture of Nineteenth-Century Ireland Eve Patten

ISBN: 9781851828517

Published: December 10th 2004

Hardcover

207 pages


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Samuel Ferguson and the Culture of Nineteenth-Century Ireland  by  Eve Patten

Samuel Ferguson and the Culture of Nineteenth-Century Ireland by Eve Patten
December 10th 2004 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 207 pages | ISBN: 9781851828517 | 8.19 Mb

Yeats called him the greatest Irish poet. He was born in a politicized time, 1810, in a politicized place, Belfast, to a politicized people, the plantation Protestants. He lived a long and busy life, wrote volumes of poetry and prose, and kept busyMoreYeats called him the greatest Irish poet.

He was born in a politicized time, 1810, in a politicized place, Belfast, to a politicized people, the plantation Protestants. He lived a long and busy life, wrote volumes of poetry and prose, and kept busy as a Victorian man of letters in such fields as architecture, music, civil engineering and econom



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