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by Morgan Llywelyn

eBook A Pocket History of Irish Rebels download ISBN: 0862785804
Author: Morgan Llywelyn
Publisher: O'Brien Pr (November 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 112
ePub: 1911 kb
Fb2: 1731 kb
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Subcategory: Humanities

Morgan Llywelyn (born 1937) is an American-born Irish author best known for her historical fantasy, historical fiction, and historical non-fiction.

Reading it though, however, I found myself hurrying through the book, but it didn't leave any emotional impact. Morgan Llywelyn (born 1937) is an American-born Irish author best known for her historical fantasy, historical fiction, and historical non-fiction. Her fiction has received several awards and has sold more than 40 million copies, and she herself is recipient of the 1999 Exceptional Celtic Woman of the Year Award from Celtic Women International.

Morgan Llywelyn (born December 3, 1937) is an American-Irish historical interpretation author of. .2000 A Pocket History of Irish Rebels. Historical Novel of the Year, RT Times awards. Book-of-the-Month Club Selection.

Morgan Llywelyn (born December 3, 1937) is an American-Irish historical interpretation author of historical and mythological fiction and historical non-fiction. Her interpretation of mythology and history has received several awards and has sold more than 40 million copies, and she herself is recipient of the 1999 Exceptional Celtic Woman of the Year Award from Celtic Women International. 2000 The Earth Is Made Of Stardust. The War for Independence.

The stirring story of eighteen of Ireland's greatest rebels, from the sixteenth century to today. From the daring pirate-queen Grace O'Malley, to the fiery Protestant lawyer Theobald Wolfe Tone, and the courageous priest-patriot Fr John Murphy, Ireland's rebels have come from diverse backgrounds. But they all had one thing in common: they weren't afraid to take on a powerful Establishment and claim their right to self-determination.

Morgan is also the author of A Pocket History of Irish Rebels for the O'Brien Pocket Books Series. In 1990 Morgan Llywelyn turned to writing for the young reader, with the publication of Brian Boru, Emperor of the Irish, a biography in the novelistic style, by The O'Brien Press, Dublin. For this book she won an Irish Children's Book Trust Bisto Award in 1991.

author of A Pocket History of Irish Rebels for the O'Brien Pocket Books Series The O'Brien Press, Dublin.

The latter award was presented to her by Ed Koch, then-mayor of New York City. Morgan is also the author of A Pocket History of Irish Rebels for the O'Brien Pocket Books Series. In 1990 Morgan Llywelyn turned to writing for the young reader, with the publication of Brian Boru, Emperor of the Irish, a biography in the novelistic style, by. The O'Brien Press, Dublin. Her second book for the young reader is Strongbow, The Story of Richard and Aoife (The O'Brien Press) 1992, for which she won a Bisto Award.

From the daring pirate-queen Grace O'Malley to the fiery Protestant lawyer Theobald Wolfe Tone, the stories behind 18 of Ireland's greatest rebels have been collected in this book. Ranging from the 16th century to today, these rebels come from diverse backgrounds but have each challenged the Establishment and fought for their right to self-determination.

Flag as Inappropriate. In 1990, Llywelyn began her focus on writing books geared for younger readers. These works started with Brian Boru: Emperor of the Irish, for which she won an Irish Children's Book Trust Bisto Award in 1991, and includes other titles, such as Strongbow: The Story of Richard and Aoife, for which she won a Bisto Award in the Historical Fiction category, 1993 and the Reading Association of Ireland Award, 1993, and Star Dancer which departed. From the daring pirate-queen Grace O’Malley, to the fiery Protestant lawyer Theobald Wolfe Tone, and the courageous priest-patriot Fr John Murphy, Ireland's rebels have come from diverse backgrounds. But they all had one thing in common: they weren’t afraid to take on a powerful Establishment and claim their right to self-determination.

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2000) A non fiction book by Morgan Llywelyn. The second half of the book includes details of the Easter Rising and the Civil War, the fight for workers' rights and the war in Northern Ireland. Personalities featured include: Donal O'Sullivan Beare, Grace O'Malley, Silken Thomas, Robert Emmett, Michael Collins, Gerry Adams and Bobby Sands

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From the daring pirate-queen Grace O'Malley to the fiery Protestant lawyer Theobald Wolfe Tone, the stories behind 18 of Ireland's greatest rebels have been collected in this book. Ranging from the 16th century to today, these rebels come from diverse backgrounds but have each challenged the Establishment and fought for their right to self-determination. From the earliest rebellions by Celtic nobles through the turmoil of the Easter Rising up to the Northern struggles by Bobby Sands and Gerry Adams, these rebels have made their lasting mark on Irish history.