The Enigma of Arthur Griffith: the quiet man of Ireland’s independence movement

Biography: Colum Kenny has produced an intelligent and wide-ranging biography of a character that still divides opinion

26th January, 2020
The Enigma of Arthur Griffith: the quiet man of Ireland’s independence movement
Arthur Griffith (left) in conversation with the Irish Treaty Delegation’s legal adviser Eamon Duggan in October 1921, ten months before his death Picture: Getty

The Enigma of Arthur Griffith: ‘Father of Us All’

By Colum Kenny

Merrion Press, €19.95

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