The transformation of Ireland, 1900-2000

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In 1900 Ireland was a restless, impoverished, neglected corner of the British Empire. By 2000 it had become the 'Celtic Tiger'. How did this happen? Diarmaid Ferriter draws together the complex threads that make up Ireland's story - from the high drama of it politics, to the 'hidden pasts' drawn from memoirs and other sources.

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9781861974433
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Paperback
Publisher
PROFILE BOOKS
Published
8/25/2005
Weight
707kg
  
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In 1900 Ireland was a restless, impoverished, neglected corner of the British Empire. By 2000 it had become the 'Celtic Tiger'. How did this happen? Diarmaid Ferriter draws together the complex threads that make up Ireland's story - from the high drama of it politics, to the 'hidden pasts' drawn from memoirs and other sources.

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ISBN
9781861974433
Format
Paperback
Publisher
PROFILE BOOKS
Published
25-8-2005
Weight
707kg
  
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    This is a landmark book, full of insight and intelligent judgement and sheer diligent research, which deals with the complexity of the Irish revolution and its aftermath. Ferriter is at ease in the world of high politics and policy-making, but it is his work on economic, social, cultural and gender issues, which makes his account of Ireland during this period itself a transformation in historical methodology Colm Tobin Ferriter deserves great credit for taking a more holistic approach to the narrative of 20th-century Ireland. Sunday Times - Paul Bew The country enters the twenty-first century on a wave of prosperity and apparent self-confidence. The achievement of Diarmaid Ferriter's massive new history is to show just how hard-won this success has been ... This will be an influential book, and is a remarkable achievement. The Guardian - Roy Foster There are no easy answers in this book to definitively explain the transformation of Ireland, but the journey is fascinating and well worth the effort. Public Servant Deeply honest ... This huge book is a rich study of Ireland in the twentieth century. It is a veritable mine of information. Glasgow Herald - Tom Devine A timely and masterful new survey of twentieth-century Ireland. This is Ireland laid bare. Liverpool University - Marianne Elliott, Professor of Modern History This is one of the most important books to be published this year Irish Independent - John Bruton The most vivid and stimulating history of 20th century Ireland currently available. Fintan O’Toole