Dufour Editions "The curse of reason" Book provides a survey history of the great Irish famine of 1845-52 and is written by Enda Delaney.
Dufour Editions "The curse of reason" Book explains on how the misguided policies worsened the effects of a natural disaster of catastrophic proportions. Book includes the testimonies of 4 key contemporaries that convey the immediacy of disaster.
Age group and grade: Ages 15+ years
Title: "The Curse of Reason: The Great Irish Famine"
Author: Enda Delaney
Subject: Social science
Number of pages: 325
Publisher: Gill & MacMillan, Limited
Publication date: 10/19/2012
Size: 9.3"H x 6.4"W x 1.1"D
Audience: College/higher education
Each brings a unique perspective, influenced by who they were, what they witnessed, and what they stood for
Book shows how misguided policies inspired by slavish adherence to ideology the curse of reason contributed to and worsened the effects of a natural disaster of catastrophic proportions
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