The Red and the Green

The Red and the Green

Iris Murdoch


On the eve of the Easter emerging, a divided Irish family members is driven to the edge of destruction

In the darkish days of the 1st international warfare, tensions among Catholic Pat Dumay and his Protestant cousin Andrew Chase-White threaten to rip their kinfolk aside alongside political and non secular strains. As eire strikes ever in the direction of the lethal Easter uprising, the kin is engulfed in an epic drama of affection, loyalty, and loss that might switch their lives forever.

The rain-soaked streets of Murdoch’s 1916 eire jump off the web page during this gripping tale of a family—and a country—on the cusp of a momentous turning aspect in background.

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