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.

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