Black Wreath: The Stolen Life of James Lovett by Peter Sirr

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Black Wreath: The Stolen Life of James Lovett

A fictionalised account of the life of James Lovett, son of Lord Dunmain, set in 1730's Dublin and colonial America.

'Sirr is a first-time novelist but an experienced poet and critic; his love of early eighteenth-century Dublin is evident and shines through his language, just archaic enough to provide flavor but plain enough to reveal the parallels of life then and now … a compelling look at a time and place not very far away and may provoke further curiosity' Voya Magazine

A fictionalised account of the life of James Lovett, son of Lord Dunmain, set in 1730's Dublin and colonial America.

'Sirr is a first-time novelist but an experienced poet and critic; his love of early eighteenth-century Dublin is evident and shines through his language, just archaic enough to provide flavor but plain enough to reveal the parallels of life then and now … a compelling look at a time and place not very far away and may provoke further curiosity' Voya Magazine
Publisher: The O'Brien Press ISBN: 9781847177124 Pages: 320