A miscellany of Irish books….
Rosanna Flemming, an Irish Famine Orphan, had serious medical and psychological issues. It is not known what triggered them. We know that she lost at least two children in infancy, but perhaps her earlier experiences in Ireland played a part….
Ten verbal snapshots of the Irish in Coburg over the last 180 years…
The strange phenomenon that was Joseph Mary Plunkett – invalid, bohemian, fey man of letters, theatrical spy, bookish military strategist, unrequited lover, very public lover, and ultimately executed revolutionary.
Williams refers to the Túatha as the ‘god-people’ to convey their indeterminate status between humanity and divinity
Anti-discrimination laws, if enforced, would certainly place restrictions on 12 July Parades.