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Three Years in Hell

The Brexit Chronicles

Fintan O'Toole

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Head of Zeus
15 May 2020
Three years in the troubled British Isles, leading up to the election of Boris Johnson.

Three years in the troubled British Isles from the bestselling author of Heroic Failure. In 2011 Queen Elizabeth made her first ever state visit to the Irish Republic. It was a great, moving occasion. In settling once and for all its relationship with Ireland, Britain was also settling its relationship with the rest of the world, taking its place as a normal, equal democracy. It was not to last.

Then came the 2016 referendum, and so began Three Years in Hell
By:   Fintan O'Toole
Imprint:   Head of Zeus
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   UK Airports ed
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
ISBN:   9781838935207
ISBN 10:   1838935207
Pages:   400
Publication Date:   15 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Fintan O'Toole is a historian, biographer, literary critic and political commentator. His acclaimed columns on Brexit for the Irish Times, the Guardian and the New York Review of Books have been awarded both the Orwell Prize and the European Press Prize. His books include A Traitor's Kiss, his life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan; Judging Shaw and White Savage. His investigative, polemical books have all been bestsellers: Meanwhile Back at the Ranch, Ship of Fools and Enough is Enough. He is writing the authorised biography of Seamus Heaney and, for Head of Zeus, a history of Ireland in his own time.

Reviews for Three Years in Hell: The Brexit Chronicles

'O'Toole is a pitiless and humourful analyst, and Three Years in Hell is packed with uncommon insights' Herald. 'Fintan O'Toole's important account of three turbulent Brexit years is of both historical significance and contemporary relevance ... It will both inform and entertain' Irish Times. 'A funny - at times scathing - look at events since the referendum and how they have affected Britain and Ireland' Financial Times.


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