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The Oxford Companion to Irish History
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Contents List of Maps Preface Preface to the First Edition Acknowledgements Contributors Note to the Reader A-Z Entries Maps Subject Index

About the Author

Sean Connolly is Professor of Irish History at the School of History and Anthropology, Queen's University, Belfast. His previous posts have included Archivist at the Public Record Office of Ireland, Lecturer at St Patrick's College, Dublin, and Lecturer and later Reader in History at the University of Ulster. He is the author and editor of a number of titles.

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`Review from previous edition a serious reference work which, unusually, is also a rewarding read for the casual browser...[a] good Companion to student, historian or lay reader alike ' Neil Johnston, Belfast Telegraph `an invaluable work of reference that will inform, educate and might even entertain...this book has something valuable to tell armchair republicans, loyalist community workers, Dublin e-commerce execs, A-level students and everybody in between ' Joanna Braniff, Irish News `a comprehensive and authoritative guide ' Daphne Abernethy, News Letter `a marvellous companion for the economic and business historian ' Belfast Telegraph `a fascinating and illuminating book which will provide hours of leisurely enjoyment ' David Granville, Irish Democrat `a compilation which, without sacrificing scholarship, triumphantly lays before the reader so much that is both useful and new...this is a companion to be cherished ' Toby Barnard, TLS `will provide an essential reference work for all journalists, historians, diplomats and indeed anyone who wishes to find out quickly the who, the when, and the what in Irish history ' Thomas Bartlett, Irish Times `judicious and authoritative...invaluable to academics and taxi drivers alike ' Roy Foster, The Times `packed with small nuggets of knowledge...consistently stimulating and instructive...irresistible for browsing ' Victoria Glendenning, Daily Telegraph `fine book of reference ' Edward Pearce, History Today `this book is a kaleidoscope of wonder...for a student or layman in love with a country this is a book to savour ' John Ryan, The Herald `this magnificent book...deserves to be widely bought ' Maurice Manning, Magill `a sensible mix of biographical, geographical and political entries, with a wide range of thematic essays, which allow the book to take off into a slightly different sphere from that of the ordinary reference book ' Charles Townshend, THES `this excellent work provides sound guidance for seekers of information about Ireland's past and present ' Florence O'Donoghue, Catholic Herald `informative and entertaining...well worth buying and keeping ' Maureen Keane, Irish Farmers Journal

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