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    Bard of Erin: The Life of Thomas Moore

    By: Ronan Kelly

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    Few people have had a greater effect on our sense of the Irish past than Thomas Moore. Colm Toibin has called Moore 'the most influential figure in shaping the Irish political psyche'. But Moore was not just a maker of Irish myths: he spent most of his adult years in England, where he moved in glittering social and political circles, and for a time his popularity as a writer was eclipsed only by that of Sir Walter Scott and his good friend Lord Byron. Witty and compulsively readable, Bard of Erin is a gripping and definitive account of a great romantic figure.

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