Mothers and Sons

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Also note his pronunciation of Sharpies. The Act of Union had resulted in Ireland's economy being absorbed by Britain. In terms of his political ideology, Connolly attempted to integrate Marxist thought within the history and political thought of Irish nationalism. Working closely with Director Sarah Monk, Cavaliere will have responsibility for gallery development. Beautifully crafted, unsentimental yet palpably humane, leading journalist Kerrigan’s gritty post-Tiger tale of a decent Dublin ex-con unable to escape his past is an absolute gem, unlucky not to win the CWA Gold Dagger award for which it was shortlisted.

Pages: 320

Publisher: Picador; Reprints edition (September 4, 2008)

ISBN: B003GWX88K

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