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Anne Devlin: The Bravest of the Brave

Anne Devlin: The Bravest of the Brave

Micheal O'Doibhilin

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Text based on an illustrated lecture given in Kimainham Gaol and to the Old Dublin Society.

Tale 1

Anne Devlin suffered for 48 years to protect those involved in Robert Emmet's Rising of 1803, refusing to barter her principles for money or personal safety. Once revered by Patrick Pearse and Éamon de Valera, Anne now lies in a lonely grave in Glasnevin.

Those who know her story place Anne among the greatest of Irish heroes, Ireland's first female political prisoner, but today she has been forgotten by almost everyone. After years of research, Mícheál Ó Doibhilín introduces us to Anne's story, and pleads for justice for this woman to whom Ireland owes so much.

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Author Micheal O'Doibhilin
Publisher Kilmainham Tales
Publication date 1 Nov 2010
Format Staple-bound Pamphlet
ISBN/EAN 9781908056009

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