An Irishman’s Diary about a protean literary genius and traveller

‘At his trial for Alice Brady’s murder, Patrick Traynor claimed the gun went off because of “a belt I got in the arm”.’ Above, crowds in Dublin’s O’Connell street attending a trades union meeting in September 1913. Photograph: Topical Press Agency/Getty Images

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An Irishman's Diary

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“I had a Connaught nurse who told me fairy tales and ghost stories. So I ought to love Irish things, and do

An Irishman's Diary

‘WEARING AN impeccable dinner-jacket, a bucolic complexion, and just the most delicate trace of a black eye, Mr Trevor Howard…

An Irishman's Diary

BECAUSE OF its numerous bridges and an aqueduct that carries the Grand Canal over the River Barrow, Monasterevin is sometimes…

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