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Wild Irishman

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Wild Irishman by T. W. H. Crosland is a gripping and beautifully written novel that takes readers on a journey through the rugged and untamed landscape of Ireland. The protagonist, Michael O'Hara, is a complex and intriguing character who struggles with his identity and the expectations placed upon him by society.

The author does an excellent job of bringing the setting of Ireland to life, painting a vivid picture of the lush countryside and the harsh realities faced by its inhabitants. The prose is evocative and lyrical, drawing readers in from the very first page.

One of the strengths of this novel is the depth of the characters, particularly Michael O'Hara. Despite his flaws and the mistakes he makes along the way, he remains a sympathetic and relatable figure, struggling to find his place in a world that often seems intent on keeping him down.

Overall, Wild Irishman is a beautifully written and engaging novel that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and literary fiction alike. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a thought-provoking and immersive read.

Book Description:
History and customs of the Irish and Ireland.
A word of warning to the listener: The Wild Irishman contains the biased, uncomplimentary opinions of Englishman, Thomas Crosland. Remember this was written in the late 1800's and published in 1905. Crosland was hyper critical of Irishmen and women at a time when American cities often posted signs, "No Irish Need Apply." If you are Irish, as am I, try to not be overly offended or simply walk away. - Summary by John Brandon

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