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The Lie of the Land is a highly engaging study of Ireland’s fractured and shifting identities by one of its most talented writers. From its sometimes confused sense of place, caught somewhere between Europe and America, Ireland has redefined itself in the 1990s. Fintan O’Toole highlights the contradictions and the mythologies at work in Ireland’s ever-changing idea of itself.
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Fintan O'Toole has been a regular contributor to the Irish Times and the Guardian. He has written books on the politics of the Irish beef industry and Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and is currently living and working in New York as drama critic at the Daily News.Review:
“He is firmly on the side of the angels, and he certainly writes like one.”—Roy Foster
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