A summary of Irish role in history and literature of Australia, written prior to more recent research and publications in the area.
The photograph was owned by Ellen Kelly, Ned’s mother and passed on to her family after her death in 1923.
I will see you where I go
Nature of Event: Barry versus Kelly is a dramatic narrative about the trial and execution the famous Irish/Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, and his haunting of Judge Barry, the judge who sentenced him, with the words – ‘I will see you where I go.’ Set inside the freezing walls of the Melbourne goal, the play and music …
The book really gets into its stride examining the ins and outs of the Kelly trial – especially the ineptitude of Kelly’s lawyer.