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  • ... Irishmen joined Kerry king's troops Kirkwood knight of Kerry landed liberty look Lough Conn loyalists MacGuire mandant manner Mayo Michael Garvey mischief morning Narrative neighbours night novel O'Donnel O'Keon orders party person ... Bishop Stock's Narrative of the Year of the French: 1978 ...

    ... joined Kerry king's troops Kirkwood knight of Kerry landed liberty look Lough Conn loyalists MacGuire magistrate mandant manner Mayo Michael Garvey military militia mischief morning Narrative neighbours night O'Donnel O'Keon orders ... Bishop Stock's 'Narrative' of the year of the French ...

  • Lona designed The Real Charlotte and the costumes on the Year of the French period drama productions with her good friend, now also deceased, Director Michael Garvey. She also designed the costumes for Strumpet City directed by Tony Barry.

    The Year of the French, Caught in a Free State, Love Stories of Ireland, Night in Tunisia, A Life, ... and imposed a simple cowboys-and-indians formula on the complex historical landscape of late 18th century Ireland.20 Michael Garvey, ...

    The Year of the French
    Thomas Flanagan
    Limited preview - 2004

  • The Year of the French
    Thomas Flanagan
    Snippet view - 1980

    ... joined Kerry king's troops Kirkwood knight of Kerry landed liberty look Lough Conn loyalists MacGuire magistrate mandant manner Mayo Michael Garvey military militia mischief morning Narrative neighbours night O'Donnel O'Keon ... Bishop Stock's 'Narrative' of the year of the French, 1798 ...

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Remembering the Year of the French is a model of historical achievement, moving deftly between the study of historical events—the failed French invasion of the West of Ireland in 1798—and folkloric representations of those events. Delving into the folk history found in Ireland’s archives and rich oral traditions, Guy Beiner reveals alternate visions of the Irish past and brings into focus the vernacular histories, folk commemorative practices, and negotiations of memory that had gone largely unnoticed by historians. Though his focus is 1798, his work is also a comprehensive study of Irish folk history and of grassroots social memory.

“Beiner’s work is theoretically informed and presents an enormous amount of data . . . this book will be of interest to memory scholars because it is a case study that highlights many of the existing theoretical debates.” —Tara L. Tober, Memory Studies