Stepping Stones: The Arts in Ulster, 1971-2001
Blackstaff, 2001 - 286 sider
The troubles of 1971 to 2001 saw Northern Ireland catapulted into the headlines across the world, yet during the dark years of violence there was an impressive, but much less reported, flourishing of creative energy. In this work a panel of writers comment on the artistic accomplishment of this extraordinary period.
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