Complex and dense retelling of the historic murders of two senior members of the British government in Dublin’s Phoenix Park by Irish activists during the struggle for Home Rule. Kavanagh offers a panoramic narrative from Queen Victoria to the profoundly impoverished Irish tenantry. Sympathetic to all sides, often moving, and a painful foreshadowing of some of the problems of twentieth century Anglo-Irish relations.
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