Few European communities are more soaked in their bloody history than the Catholics of Ulster, but the Catholic and Protestant communities' faulty understanding of their past has had ruinous effects on the lives of its inhabitants. Marianne Elliott has written a coherent, credible, and absorbing history of the Ulster Catholics. The whole sorry sweep of the province's history is covered-from its early medieval origins to the tenuous but holding Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and formation of an all-Ulster legislature.
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(226mm x 144mm x 44mm)
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Author Biography - Marianne Elliott
Marianne Elliott is Professor of Modern History and Director of the Institute of Irish Studies at Liverpool University. She is the author of an acclaimed biography of Wolfe Tone, which won the Irish Times/Aer Lingus nonfiction award. She lives in Liverpool.