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How writers exorcised traumatic memories of the Irish Civil War

It has been described as the “unspeakable war”. There is a common view that participants in the Irish Civil War preferred not to talk about a conflict that tore families apart, divided the nation and embittered politics for generations.

íobhra Aiken has delved deeply into writings about the conflict for her new book Spiritual Wounds, and suggests this impression of a veil of silence is not entirely accurate.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/how-writers-exorcised-traumatic-memories-of-the-irish-civil-war-41574685.html How writers exorcised traumatic memories of the Irish Civil War

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