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Published by Hansom Books in London .
Written in English

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In: Plays and players, May 1971, Vol.18, No.8.

Statementby Hugh Leonard.
SeriesPlays and players -- 212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19245272M

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Patrick (Pádraig) Pearse () was born in Dublin and had a great interest in the Irish language and spent many summers in Rosmuc in Galway learning first he just wanted a parliament in Dublin rather than total independence from Britain. However, he later decided to start a rebellion and fight for independence. Patrick’s father, James Pearse, was an English stonemason who came to Ireland in Following the death of his first wife in , he married Margaret Brady, a nineteen-year-old shop assistant. James was largely self-educated and had a love of books and learning.   Patrick Pearse In an unpublished autobiography, Patrick Pearse described himself as the ‘strange thing that I am’. So intimately was he to become associated with the Easter Rising.   Buy Patrick Pearse Motel by Hugh Leonard from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Hugh Leonard.