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Three Es Easy to Read, Edifying, Entertaining
on 19 October 2015
My deep fondness for the Irish goes back to a long lasting friendship begun when I was 7. However in common with most of my peers Irish history, beyond St Patrick and his famous snake trick, remained a void till thrust upon us by the IRA in the 70s. This rude awakening certainly led to some desultory glances in the direction of Irish history rapidly abandoned as too confusing and not chiming at all with what I knew you of my friend and her family.
You will not find an in depth analysis of the troubles and the good Friday agreement here. Rather a fond and forgiving collation.
This little book manages a good balance between the three Es above maintaining a light tone throughout and skating dextrously over potential flash points.