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Bold, Brilliant & Bad: Irish Women from History

Bold, Brilliant & Bad: Irish Women from History
From creative craftswomen to singing sensations, poets to sporting champions. Marian Broderick is back to explore the histories of remarkable Irish Women in history. These women made a difference to the world in a variety of ways and paved the way for women today.
Our Price: €16.99
ISBN/EAN9781788490184
Stock: -1
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Pub. Date: August 27 2018
Author: BRODERICK, MARIAN
Format: Paperback
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From every county in Ireland Bold, Brilliant & Bad draws together the stories of over 120 amazing Irish women. Marian Broderick is back to explore the histories of remarkable Irish Women in history. From creative craftswomen to singing sensations, poets to sporting champions. From Lilian Bland to Maeve Binchy and from Anne O'Brien to Professor Sheila Tinney, these women paved the way for the future and made massive changes in their various fields.



Meet the women from history who went against the grain and challenged the expectations of the world. There were and are a force to be reckoned with.
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