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Star of the Sea: A Postcolonial/Postmodern Voyage into the Irish FamineMain MenuAbout This ProjectStar of the Sea OverviewJoseph O'ConnorIn this section, you will learn more about Joseph O'Connor and the other works he producedPostcolonial TheoryPostmodernismThe Gothic in Star of the SeaHistorical FiguresLanguage and Music in Irish CultureBiology of the FamineLandlords, Tenants, and EvictionsIn the following pages, you'll learn about landlords, tenants, and evictions during the Irish Potato FamineGovernment Policies and EmigrationMediaMemorialsContributorsBrief biographies of the people who made this book.
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12016-02-17T13:24:12-08:00Madison Luke381cb333ab91c34f5999f9ae0c725bc8171b9cd2822015plain2016-03-14T13:21:58-07:00Andrew Olsen402fba15422e521fc547dd78ee228c81bf206197Please follow the non-spoiler path if you haven't actually read the book. Star of the Sea is a murder mystery, and while you know who the victim is, the book will be ruined for you if you follow this spoiler path and learn all the secrets before discovering it for yourself.
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