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Let no man write my epitaph

For centuries elegy has been instrumental to Irish culture and its self-expression. Alison Morgan discusses the elegies both by and about Robert Emmet written by Thomas Moore, Robert Southey and Percy Bysshe Shelley as well those written by anonymous balladeers.

  1. Let no man write my epitaph Alison Morgan, University of Warwick

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