Down the Bath Rocks

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Morash, Chris and Hayes, Richard ed. 'Fearful Realities' New Perspectives on the Famine. The trilogy follows Kate and Baba, two lasses from the Shannon bogs, from convent school to the bright lights of London. The models of political institutions after independence, as has been long observed, were often innovations after British traditions. A huge collection of artwork from some of Britain's biggest names – all on a modest budget – now on show at the Hepworth Wakefield.

Pages: 235

Publisher: Irish Book Center (December 1989)

ISBN: 0330298771

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