Daily Archives: October 27, 2020

On The Difference Between Cohesion And Adhesion

Less than a month shy of ten years ago I started writing this particular blog, and one of the more consistent questions I get asked is why I chose the title I did. As it happens, there is a good … Continue reading

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Book Review: The History Of Ireland (The Greenwood Histories Of The Modern Nations)

The History Of Ireland (Greenwood Histories Of The Modern Nations), by Daniel Webster Hollis III This particular book has a few biases that are irritating and that prevent this from being as enjoyable a book as it could have been. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eyewitness To Irish History

Eyewitness To Irish History, by Peter Berresford Ellis There are some topics that it is hard to find a good example of, and Irish history is one of those. It is not hard to find a good Irish history because … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Secret And Unlawful Killing

A Secret And Unlawful Killing, by Cora Harrison This is a book that I am somewhat surprised that I liked. There are a lot of ways that the author could have messed this up–there are strong feminist angles with the … Continue reading

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