This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine 1845-52 by Christine Kinealy (1995-05-01)

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    • Livre conseille par la critique car l'auteure est specialiste de la question. Excelllente analyse du problème de la Grande Famine en Irlande ai 19eme siècle. L ' ebook est pratique aussi.




    • Should be essential reading for schools in the British Isles. Kenealy does not evoke anger in the way she has presented the history, but does evoke emotions of pity for those who died and emigrated reducing the population by half.


    • Well, I give this book four stars for its thoroughness. The figures tables and stats I am sure are beyond reproach - so as a text for anyone studying the famine I am sure it is an invaluable resource. (And let me tell you there are PAGES and PAGES and PAGES of these things - GAH!) The problem comes with any sense of the real emotional plight of the poor who lived/died in this calamity.The only accounts of the peasant population are removed, often from visitors or relief organizations or the land [...]


    • I love history and can even overlook dry parts but this books was just dry with a few almost interesting parts.


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