Aug 25, 2017 Bill rated it it was amazing. Thomas Flanagan's trilogy of Irish historical novels winds to its relentless close with the Free State established in the 1920's after the bloody civil war, and the stage set for the Troubles through the rest of the century. A vivid portraint of Michael Collins.
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Thomas Flanagan (1923-2002), the grandson of Irish immigrants, grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he ran the school newspaper with his friend Truman Capote
Thomas Flanagan (1923-2002), the grandson of Irish immigrants, grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he ran the school newspaper with his friend Truman Capote. Flanagan attended Amherst College (with a two-year hiatus to serve in the Pacific Fleet) and earned his P. from Columbia University, where he studied under Lionel Trilling while also writing stories for Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.
Book 2 of 3 in the Thomas Flanagan Trilogy Series. It ends with Parnell's disgrace and downfall, and the deaths of two old friends. This is one of the best books I have ever read.
Books behind the books. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. I loved the Thomas Flanagan trilogy
Books behind the books. I loved the Thomas Flanagan trilogy. By chance, I believe I came across the primary source books for each of the three. The Year of the French seems quite obviously informed and inspired by Thomas Pakenham's Year of Liberty, a novelistic but dense nonfiction recounting of the western uprising in 1798. It starts in the aftermath of 1916 and proceeds through the end of the Civil War. Flanagan does so well in bringing the history, the players - actual and fictional - and the atmosphere to life that I can't believe he wasn't there.
Flanagan, Thomas, 1923-. World War, 1914-1918. New York : Warner Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; toronto. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by as on September 19, 2013.
For other people named Thomas Flanagan, see Thomas Flanagan (disambiguation). The End of the Hunt (1995). Thomas Flanagan (November 5, 1923 – March 21, 2002) was an American university professor and novelist. He was born in Greenwich, Connecticut. His father was a dentist, his mother a homemaker. His first novel, The year of the French, won the National Book Critics Award for fiction in 1979 and was adapted into a TV series, which was broadcast in Ireland in 1982. He died in 2002 at the age of 78 in Berkeley. The Archives and Special Collections at Amherst College holds his papers.
This third volume of Thomas Flanagan’s best-selling Irish-history trilogy (which begins with The Year of the French and continues with The Tenants of Time) brings to epic life the events of the . Books related to The End of the Hunt.
This third volume of Thomas Flanagan’s best-selling Irish-history trilogy (which begins with The Year of the French and continues with The Tenants of Time) brings to epic life the events of the Irish War of Independence. Flanagan’s gaze is both world historical and intimate as he tells the story of Janice Nugent, a recent war widow who strikes up a romance with Christopher Blake, a historian and propagandist for the IRA; of Patrick Prentiss, discharged from the British army after losing an arm in World War I to find Dublin engulfed in civil turmoil; of a Virgil-toting.
Thomas or Tom Flanagan may refer to: Thomas Flanagan (bishop) (1930-2019), American Roman Catholic bishop. Thomas Flanagan (Irish politician) (died 1980), Irish civil engineer and politician. Thomas Flanagan (priest) (1814–1865), English Roman Catholic canon and historian. Thomas Flanagan (prospector) (1832-1899), Irish-Australian prospector. Thomas Flanagan (writer) (1923–2002), American academic and novelist. Tom Flanagan (footballer) (born 1991), English footballer.
The End of the Hunt is about the Troubles-Ireland’s battle for independence and the internecine conflicts it caused.