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Fortune's Bastard

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Everyone knew that entering a workhouse meant the complete loss of dignity and freedom, thus poor people avoided them. Our Artist assures us that the dimensions of the hut do not exceed ten feet square; adding that, to make the sketch, he was compelled to stand up to his ankles in the dirt and filth upon the floor. " Mahony, James, Sketches in the West of Ireland, published in the Illustrated London News (1847); Kissane, Noel, The Irish Famine, a Documentary History (1995); Woodham-Smith, Cecil, The Great Hunger (1962).

Pages: 304

Publisher: Grove Press, Black Cat (August 17, 2004)

ISBN: 0802141609

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