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Culture and anarchy in Ireland, 1890-1939

F. S. L. Lyons

Culture and anarchy in Ireland, 1890-1939

by F. S. L. Lyons

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland -- Civilization.,
  • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 20th century.,
  • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby F. S. L. Lyons.
    SeriesOxford paperbacks, Ford lectures -- 1978
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA"957"L94"1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 184 p.
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19638028M
    ISBN 100192851217
    LC Control Number82006515

    Ireland (a point reinforced for the modern period in other recent scholarship);4 1 F. S. L. Lyons, Culture and anarchy in Ireland, (Oxford, ); Marianne Elliott, When God took sides: religion and identity in Ireland - unfinished history (Oxford, ). 2 Elliott, When God took sides, pp viii, 1, Abstract. It may not be surprising that in F. S. L. Lyons’s Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, – the name of W. B. Yeats has more entries in the index than any other person. After all, the book is partly concerned with culture, and the period covered is the period of Yeats’s writing career.

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Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this book Lyons traces the outlines of /5. In six short, tight essays based on his Ford Lectures at Oxford inProfessor Lyons, one of Ireland's leading political historians, provocatively examines the clash of 1890-1939 book cultures—English, Anglo-Irish, Gaelic, and Ulster Protestant—in the development of modern Ireland.

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Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, (Ford Lectures) by F.S.L. Lyons and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at He won the Christopher Ewart-Biggs Memorial Prize and the Wolfson Literary Prize for History for his book Culture and Anarchy in Ireland,published in He was awarded honorary doctorates by five universities and was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and of the British Academy and was Visiting Professor at Princeton.

Historian F.S.L. Lyons famously used the term in the title of his published Ford Lectures, Culture and anarchy in Ireland – He deployed the word negatively to describe the lack of common identity that resulted in years of internecine tragedy.

But anarchy as. Previous winners have included Anthony Beevor’s Stalingrad (), Simon Schama’s Patriots and liberators: revolution in the Netherlands – (), and our own F.

Lyons’s Culture and anarchy in Ireland – (), the only previous Irish winner. The winner will. Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, (The Ford Lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford in the Hilary Term of ) by F. Lyons 1 edition - first published in Written works: Ireland since the famine.

culture and anarchy in ireland: renaissance and revolution 25 holds for Foster's primary concern with non-literary historical events. Lyons and Foster come together as historians with a special interest in Yeats, about whom they both had some reservations along with profound : David Krause.

Or F. S. Lyons’s Culture and Anarchy in Ireland – If you want to binge-listen instead of reading, try this very good podcast serie s of lectures from Professor Michael : Michael Brendan Dougherty.I first came across it in a reference by F.S.L.

Lyons in his lecture Irish Ireland versus Anglo-Irish Ireland, one of a series of lectures delivered in the University of Oxford and collectively published under the title Culture and Anarchy in Ireland (A highly recommended book, by the way.) Later I encountered a mention in R.

F.Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, (). This book, which was far different in tone from Lyons's Ireland Since the Famine was deeply influenced by Patrick O'Farrell's Ireland's English Question.

Anglo-Irish Relations (). The findings and sentiments expressed in O'Farrell and Lyons have been further elaborated and.