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eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
File size6 Mb
Release date 02.11.2005
Pages count240
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The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw the rise of the "Home Tour", with travelers drawn to Scotland, the less explored regions of England and North Wales, and, increasingly, to Ireland. Although an integral part of the United Kingdom from 1800, Ireland represented for many travellers a worryingly unknown entity, politically intractable and unstable, devoutly Catholic, and economically deprived. This book examines British responses to the "Sister Isle" throughout a period of significant cultural and historical change, and examines the varied means through which Ireland was represented for a predominantly British audience.

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