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The Boys of St. Columb's

The Education of a New Ireland

Maurice Fitzpatrick

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Geschichte

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The Boys of St. Columb's chronicles the schooldays of eight illustrious alumni of St. Columb's College in Derry, Northern Ireland, and the political consequences of their education. A companion to a BBC/RTÉ documentary film, The Boys of St. Columb’s (2010), this book traces the first generation of children to receive free grammar school education as a result of the groundbreaking 1947 Education Act in the region. The boys were Bishop Edward Daly, SDLP leader and Nobel Peace Prize–winner John Hume, poet and Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney, critic Seamus Deane, diplomat James Sharkey, activist Eamonn McCann, and musicians Phil Coulter and Paul Brady. Maurice Fitzpatrick incorporates extensive interviews with this group of extraordinary figures five decades after they graduated, and their stories still resonate today with unique reflections on their backgrounds and their coming of age. The book’s historical relevance has continued to grow since it first appeared in 2010, and the narrative can be viewed in a new light as a result of the current political realities in the UK and Ireland.

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interviews, memoir, Seamus Heaney, James Sharkey, secondary education, Irish history, Ireland, Bishop Daly, Paul Brady, free college education, 1947 Education Act, John Hume, Eamonn McCann, Phil Coulter, Seamus Deane, civil rights