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This is a list of notable Irish people who were born on the island of Ireland, in either the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland, and have lived there for most of their lives. Also included on the list are people who were not born in Ireland, but have been raised as Irish, have lived there for most of their lives or in regards to the ...

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Think there is nothing more to Ireland than its own "beer-soaked revelries" and its sexiest nationalities? If yes, then you really need to sit up and read intently about the lives, struggles, and accomplishments of some of world's famous Irish people that will not just fill you with deep admiration, but will leave your jaws hanging ...

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Iris Murdoch (1919 – 1999) Anglo-Irish writer who most famous works include Under The Net (1954), The Sea, the Sea (1978), The Black Prince (1973) and The Sacred and Profane Love Machine (1974). She notes Plato and Shakespeare as significant influences and often portrays traditional moral struggles sometimes ...

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Irish people are well-known for their eloquence. Ireland has spawn a large number of world-class poets, novelists, playwrights and actors. Many prominent politicians in the English-speaking world might well have inherited their oratory skills from their Irish ancestors, including (at least) fifteen U.S. presidents, four prime ...

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The band's most recent album, Eyes Open, peaked at number 27 on the U.S. album charts. James Joyce. James Joyce. Irish author James Joyce is considered one of the most brilliant, if maddening, writers in the literary canon. Joyce's major works -- Ulysses, Finnegans Wake, and Dubliners -- are subjected to intense ...

Why do some British people claim famous Irish people to be British?

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I'm at something of a loss to understand what the questioner means by certain Irish people being "claimed" by Britain. ... One could, of course, turn this claim around and point out that while it is a fact that two members of U2 were both born in the UK, and - as far as is known - have retained their British citizenship, any attempt ...

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Following the end of Roman rule in Britain, the island of Great Britain was left open to invasion by pagan, seafaring warriors such as Germanic-speaking Anglo -Saxons and Jutes from Continental Europe, who gained control in areas around the south east, and to Middle Irish-speaking people migrating from what is today  ...

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It was then that the British started a love affair with our Terry, eventually claiming him as their 'national treasure'. ... Bob has been our singer by day, hero by night since the Boomtown Rats roamed the streets of Dublin and Ireland will always be his natural home because after all, we do have a certain 'Love or Something' for ...

Famous Irish People