Journals Higher Education



Published: 01 August 2015

286 Pages | 6 Illustrations, black & white

9.21 x 6.14 inches

ISBN: 9780719097522

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The Lost Ireland of Stephen Gwynn

Irish consitutional nationalism and cultural politics, 1864—1950

Colin Reid

Published by Manchester University Press

  • Uses a hitherto neglected historical figure to explore constitutional nationalist politics and the cultural forces of Irish society during the late nineteenth and twentieth-centuries
  • A timely addition to the historiography of modern Ireland and Anglo-Irish relations
  • An important study of Gwynn, one of the most thoughtful and articulate witnesses to the unfolding events in Ireland before, during and after revolution
  • Gwynn's experiences and writings illuminate many facets of the complex political and cultural psychologies in the Ireland of his time
  • This biography will present a lost Ireland of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries