What forms us -- place, time, genes, education, religion? This humorous and tragic story of one northern Irish family circle explores the impact of all of them, particularly fundamental Protestantism.
Dennis Kennedy was born in Lisburn, County Antrim, and educated at Queen's University Belfast, and Trinity College, Dublin. He has worked as a journalist in Belfast, Dublin, the United States and Ethiopia. He served as the European Commission Representative in Northern Ireland 1985-1991. He has been a lecturer in European Studies at Queens University, and is the author of several books on Irish History and politics, and on European affairs.