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Having the privilege of reading Easter Dawn I feel I got to experience the light and shadow of those who lived, loved and fought for their dream of a free, united Ireland in Your words are both spare and rich, elegiac, profound and deeply deeply moving. Delighted your book is doing so well.

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Very well researched. Very well presented. Excellent record of our history. We have them all. The Cork nationalist Thomas Kent, who was one of the sixteen men executed in the wake of the Rising, likewise dabbled in poetry. Others preferred prose. Roger Casement earned a knighthood for his stirring reports on the evilness of the rubber barons in the Congo and the Amazon.

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George Bernard Shaw viewed the Rising from afar but campaigned vociferously against the executions, particularly for Casement. Bulmer Hobson would later play an important role in founding the Gate Theatre. Music was also of pivotal importance to many.

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Denis McCullough, president of the Irish Republican Brotherhood IRB at the time of the Rising, was a piano-tuner who specialised in the manufacture of musical instruments. Poets, actors, writers and musicians may seem an unlikely collection to lead a revolution, but their creative intellectualism echoed that of their spiritual forebears, the nationalists of the s, the Young Ireland rebels, the Fenians and the founding fathers of the IRB.

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Indeed, Tom Clarke, who was old enough to have participated in the Fenian Dynamite Campaign of the early s, was an intimate acquaintance of many of those who participated in the Rising and who founded the IRB. It was not just thespians and wordsmiths who led the rebels. Many were experienced soldiers. Brennan-Whitmore were all veterans of the British Army. For others, soldiering was in the blood.

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The renaissance of the Irish republican movement in the early twentieth century owed a good deal to the northern counties. Tom Clarke spent much of his childhood in the small town of Dungannon in Co. Leitrim was working as a tram conductor in Belfast when he first met Bulmer Hobson, a journalist from a Quaker family, with whom he began to reorganise the IRB, the main organ of Irish republicanism.

Together these immensely dynamic men not only restructured the IRB but also seized control of its Supreme Council. Their contribution to the Rising was considerably muted during the decades that followed, but has been successfully reclaimed in more recent times. The Irish Republic was conceived by dreamers and poets but harnessed by the methodical minds of the IRB. Turtle Bunbury Writer and Historian. Monaghan Chesterfield House, Blackrock, Co.

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