The Pathless Country: a poet’s novel take on the Easter Rising

Poet James Harpur’s imagining of Ireland in the lead up to 1916, is lyrical, funny and insightful

7th November, 2021
The Pathless Country: a poet’s novel take on the Easter Rising
Poet James Harpur: his first novel, The Pathless Country, is a triumph of character and captures the point where internal and external conflicts collide

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The Pathless Country

By James Harpur

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