The Making of Ireland and its Undoing, 1200-1600

Author: Alice Stopford Green

Book ID: 63673

Price: 45.00

The Making of Ireland and its Undoing, 1200-1600. London: Macmillan, 1913. Second Edition. Pp xxiv, 573, [1]. Pages uncut & unopened. Publisher’s green cloth boards, title faded to spine, otherwise a fine bright copy.

A history of the period spanning the two centuries after the Norman conquest of Ireland and end of the Tudor dynasty, during which the Anglo-Normans and the later Anglo-Irish had coalesced to form a new confident and vibrant Ireland.

The author argues that it was because of this success that Henry VIII and later his daughter Elizabeth I had to undo their closest economic, cultural and political rival.

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