An Irish Rebel in New Spain: The Tumultuous Life and Tragic Death of William Lamport
Examines the life and work of William Lamport (d. 1659), an Irish rebel, soldier, poet, and thinker who was burned at the stake by the Inquisition in Mexico. Includes a collection of Lamport's most representative writings, including poetry, psalms, and a plan for a Mexican uprising against Spain.
Andrea Martinez Baracs (Biblioteca Digital Mexicana (BDMAX)); Hank Heifetz
- Pennsylvania State University Press
- 160 pages
- Paperback / softback
- United States
- History of the Americas