On Foreign Ground

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El Greco was a Spanish artist whose paintings were full of emotion and drama. Her awarded fiction has appeared in The Stinging Fly, The Faber Book of Best New Irish Short Stories 2006-7 and The New Hennessy Book of Irish Fiction. Lecturers on the Text & Context course have included Robert Crawford, Randall Stevenson and Patricia Waugh to name a few. Its leader, Wolfe Tone, was a founding member of the Society of United Irishmen, one of the first significant Nationalist groups.

Pages: 91

Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc; 1st American ed edition (May 1987)

ISBN: 0393024482

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