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Cecil Woodham-Smith • 8 Items / 4 Books, 4 Articles
The Great Hunger (1963)
Ireland, 1845-1849
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Ireland: Wretched, Rebellious and Dependent on the Potato (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    Commonweal, April 5, 1963, p. 51
  2. Books and the Arts
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    The Irish Famines (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    The Nation, March 30, 1963, pp. 269-270
  3. Books, Arts, Manners
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    The Facts Are In (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    National Review, June 18, 1963, p. 499
  4. Books
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    The Blight (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    The Reporter, April 25, 1963, p. 50
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    How Grim Was Their Island (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    The Saturday Review, March 23, 1963, p. 34
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    Paperbounds (Review)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    The Wilson Quarterly, Spring 1981, p. 162
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    2. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    3. The Great World by Charles Greville and Louis Kronenberger
    4. My Life in Jazz by Max Kaminsky and V.E. Hughes
    5. ...And Presumed Dead by Lucille Fletcher
    6. A Little Less Than Kind by Charlotte Armstrong
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1963, pp. 112-114
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. A Short Course in the Secret War by Christopher Felix
    2. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    3. Freedom in the Western World by Herbert J. Muller
    4. Cow-Boys and Colonels by Edmund Mandat-Grancey
    5. The Stoic Comedians: Flaubert, Joyce and Beckett by Hugh Kenner
    6. Area Code 215 by Walter Magnes Teller
    7. Hong Kong by Martin Hurlimann
    The New Yorker, April 6, 1963, pp. 190-194