An Innocent Millionaire (Phoenix Fiction Series)

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Denis Donoghue wrote that pragmatism has "nothing to say of first or last things". She won the Listowel Poetry Collection Prize in 2010. The nature of this (dis)United Kingdom took on a new form in the General Election of May 2015 when the Scottish National Party won 56 out of 59 seats in Scotland. Dublin, Gill and Macmillan, (...) 15A communitarian ethic deeply rooted in the Irish past also fostered the successful integration of national and religious identity. Responses to the Spanish war were more complex than Richard English allows, and a tendency to alternatively oversimplify or to exaggerate only lends to distorted interpretation the effect of which finds expression in the sentence: ‘Eoin O’Duffy’s crusade reflected nationalist Ireland’s broad, Francoist instincts’ (p. 339).

Pages: 380

Publisher: University of Chicago Press (November 15, 1990)

ISBN: 0226858898

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