Days in the life: Reading the Michael Collins Diaries 1918-1922
The diaries begin with Collins a revolutionary among many; they end in 1922 with Collins as the most powerful figure in Ireland. They begin with Collins a single man; they end with him about to be married. The authors present thematic reflections on what the diaries reveal of his transformed life.
Anne Dolan; William Murphy
- Royal Irish Academy
- 160 pages
- British & Irish history