The Return of John Macnab

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However, the English were not successful in converting the Catholic Irish to the Protestant religion and the brutal methods used by crown authority (including resorting to martial law ) to bring the country under English control, heightened resentment of English rule. Riley began painting in black and white alone, titillating the eye with finely modulated stripes or dots that seem to flicker, fade or fold out of view as one looks. Irish American participation in America's unions and labor movement has been and continues to be of vital importance and benefit to the well-being of American society.

Pages: 279

Publisher: Headline Review (December 1996)

ISBN: 0747253536

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