O’Brien, Kate. My Ireland. B. T. Batsford, 1962.
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John Redmond in the Guardian called this a forlorn, regretful collection and commented on Boland's staccato aesthetic, her habit of using as opening line a single word which is also a single sentence. The...
FT was a feminist and suffragist. (Lindsay further suggests that her third child's middle name, Redmond, may signal sympathy with the cause of Irish independence: he may have been named after John Redmond , a...