Size Matters

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This book ---SIZE MATTERS --is the third part of a trilogy on the Irish Problem. While the trilogy has a unifying theme there is developed in each book a different story line. The first book - THE WAY IRELAND OUGHT TO BE --tells the story of a dissident teacher who is sectioned in a psychiatric clinic because of his views on Irish politics. The story examines the conflict in the clinic between the teacher and a state psychiatrist. The second book --THE RAPE OF VIRGIN MUNCHINDUN--- examines a tragic love ...
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Overview

This book ---SIZE MATTERS --is the third part of a trilogy on the Irish Problem. While the trilogy has a unifying theme there is developed in each book a different story line. The first book - THE WAY IRELAND OUGHT TO BE --tells the story of a dissident teacher who is sectioned in a psychiatric clinic because of his views on Irish politics. The story examines the conflict in the clinic between the teacher and a state psychiatrist. The second book --THE RAPE OF VIRGIN MUNCHINDUN--- examines a tragic love relationship between two men in a rural parish in Ireland.

The third book of the trilogy -SIZE MATTERS --examines a love relationship between a free-lance journalist Eoin Bradley and two women, one an ex-I.R.A. Republican and the other a member of the Orange Order. As a journalist Eoin publishes what he sees as the nuts and bolts of resolving the historic sectarian Irish problem. He finds however that in the two local parishes of Ardum and Ardee (one Catholic the other Protestant) what really divides the people are irrational beliefs they hold about each others physical make up. Using his imagination and ingenuity Eoin breaks down the myth barriers that keep the two communities apart and unites them in a new found harmony of love.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452068602
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.73 (d)

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