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A Tale of Three Cities

Comparative Studies in Working-Class Life



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A Tale of Three Cities by John Lynch
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A comparison of English and Irish working-class life at the start of the 20th century, this text explores the contrasting urban centres of Belfast, Bristol and Dublin, and includes an examination of sectarianism in pre-World War I Britain.

Author Biography

JOHN LYNCH worked for many years in the Civil Service and then returned to education in 1987 with an ILO studentship at Ruskin College, Oxford. During his two years there he studied for a Diploma in History. In 1989 he moved to Belfast and took a degree in Irish Studies at Queen's University. Subsequently he was employed as a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economic and Social History, teaching mainly Irish and Japanese history. He was awarded a doctorate in 1996 and now teaches Irish Migration Studies.
Release date NZ
July 13th, 1998
Consultant editor Jo Campling
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
notes, bibliography, index
Palgrave Macmillan
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