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Dorothy Macardle

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Dorothy Macardle

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Full Name: Dorothy Macardle
Born: February 2, 1889
Dundalk, Ireland
Died: December 23, 1958
Drogheda, Ireland
Occupation: Historian, Novelist, Playwright
Nationality: Irish


Dorothy Macardle was an Irish writer, novelist, playwright, and non-academic historian. Her book, The Irish Republic, is one of the more frequently cited narrative accounts of the Irish War of Independence and its aftermath, particularly for its exposition of the anti-treaty viewpoint. For a time, she was imprisoned by the British for her part in the Irish National Movement. Her classic ghost story novel, "The Uninvited" (1942) is of significant influence, and is cited as a favorite of later writers such as Marion Zimmer Bradley.

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