The Boy and the Otter

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History, memory and trauma as well as their complex interrelations have been lying at the centre of interdisciplinary academic debates since the end of the previous century. It was the Easter Rising rather than the 1918 general election or the War of Independence which the state looked to as a source of legitimacy. It’s kind of spoken mainly from low down and in the front of the mouth, sometimes with quite pursed lips. Ansin dúirt fear díobh le fear eile bliain amháin ina dhiaidh sin, “Táimid go maith,” ar seisean.

Pages: 187

Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston; First American Edition edition (1984)

ISBN: 0030044340

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