Making History: John Mitchel and the Great Famine View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

Graham Davis

ABSTRACT

The idea of the Great Famine did not emerge spontaneously from the famine years. As Patrick O’Farrell has argued, it was largely the creation of one man, the journalist-historian John Mitchel (1815–75).2 As editor of the United Irishman, Mitchel made his own passionate contribution to the nationalist politics of the period, as a result of which he was tried, convicted of treason, and transported to Australia in 1848. Having spent five years in British prisons, he escaped to America, where he took the Confederate side in the Civil War.3 In the 1870s he returned to Ireland and was elected MP for Tipperary, but as a convicted felon he was denied the seat. Mitchel has been described as the ‘quintessential Irish rebel’, a man who never bowed the knee to British rule in Ireland.4 His talent for elegant and forceful prose in advocating a peasant uprising and the establishment of an Irish Republic made him a leading figure on the left of the nationalist movement of his day. Yet his enduring influence may be traced to two works: Jail Journal or Five Years in British Prisons (New York, 1854), and The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps) (New York, 1860). More... »

PAGES

98-115

Book

TITLE

Irish Writing

ISBN

978-0-333-52542-5
978-1-349-21755-7

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