The Wasted Island by Eimar O’Duffy


Eimar O’Duffy’s The Wasted Island (1919) is one of the earliest literary critiques of the Rebellion of Easter 1916. As with the other war novels, there is much worthy conversation and debate about the pros and cons of the rising, the thinking behind it and, for O’Duffy, the disaster of its coming to pass.


Eimar O’Duffy way an Irish satirist, poet, playwright, and novelist, and was the author of the Cuanduine trilogy and Life and Money.


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