The Oxford History of Ireland by R. F. FosterThe Oxford History of Ireland by R. F. Foster

The Oxford History of Ireland

EditorR. F. Foster

Paperback | October 1, 2001

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Under the editorship of R. F. Foster, a team of distinguished Irish historians has produced a challenging assessment of Ireland's history, invaluable for the student and general reader alike. Their approach stresses the ancient, rooted nature of Irish culture, but also looks beyond receivedideas of Irish history to explore the patterns of fragmentation and change which have been characteristic of Ireland's past. The long-contested question of Irish identity and its relation to language is also fruitfully examined. The text of this book, originally published in The Oxford IllustratedHistory of Ireland, is usefully supplemented with a chronology of Irish history, maps, and suggestions for further reading.
R. F. Foster is Carroll Professor of Irish History at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Hertford College. His previous books include Charles Stewart Parnell: The Man and his Family (1976), Lord Randolph Churchill: A Political Life (1981), Modern Ireland, 1600-1972 (1988), and W. B. Yeats: Volume I (1997). He is currently working o...
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Title:The Oxford History of IrelandFormat:PaperbackPublished:October 1, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:019280202X

ISBN - 13:9780192802026

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Table of Contents

1. Donnchadh O Corrain: Prehistoric and Early Christian Ireland2. Katharine Simms: The Norman Invasion and the Gaelic Recovery3. Nicholas Canny: Early Modern Ireland, c. 1500-17004. R. F. Foster: Ascendancy and Union5. David Fitzpatrick: Ireland Since 18706. Declan Kiberd: Irish Literature and Irish HistoryFurther ReadingChronologyIndex

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`Review from previous edition `Both the findings and the angles of attack on Irish political history are truly up to date.''Times Literary Supplement