A timely publication, given last week’s example of English thuggery directed at the Irish, is Ireland A Graphic History. The art of the graphic novel is here put to good use explaining Ireland’s evolution from Celtic roots to The Troubles and beyond to hopes for peace. Drawn by designer and illustrator Eoin Coveney, the book is full of the characters in Ireland’s past. Published by Element at Ãº9.99.
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