Category Archives: Ireland

Cù Chulainn in the GPO: The Mythic Imagination of Patrick Pearse

‘But where can we draw water,’ Said Pearse to Connolly, ‘When all the wells are parched away? O plain as plain can be There’s nothing but our own red blood Can make a right Rose Tree.’ —W. B. Yeats On … Continue reading

Posted in Ireland | Tagged , | 5 Comments