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London, Macgibbon & Kee, First published inthis book provides an intriguing memoir of Irish culture and society during and after the Potato Famine. Steuart Trench (â€“72) studied agriculture with a view to becoming a land agent: having taken on this role for the Shirley estate in Monaghan inhe eventually managed Irish estates for the Marquess of Lansdowne in County Kerry, for the Marquess of.
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O’Brien’s work has traces of James Joyce’s influence, particularly that of ‘Dubliners’, as she presents a mirror of the realities of ’s rural and urban : Bethany Stuart. Trench's experience of the management of Irish land ranged from the period immediately prior to the famine to that of Mr.
Gladstone's first Land Act, and in the interest which was then aroused in the social condition of Ireland led him to give to the public the record of his experiences in a book entitled ‘Realities of Irish Life.’.
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Taken from Realities of Irish Life () by W. Steuart Trench. The following letters, written in March,will afford some idea of the scenes which must have occurred along the south-western coast of Ireland, where no attempts were made, similar to those made by the Rev. Trench, to save the lives of the people.
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