Ireland's saint :
the essential biography of St. Patrick /
by J.B. Bury ; edited with introduction and annotations by Jon M. Sweeney.
|Main Creator:||Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927.|
Explore how Patrick came to be Ireland's Saint. He was taken from his home in England and dragged across the sea to the Emerald Isle. Eventually he escaped and traveled on the European continent, lived for a while as a monk, and then returned as a missionary to the people who had enslaved him. The story of St. Patrick's life is full of Druids and sorcery, tribal leaders and ancient curses, and the flowering of Ireland.
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Brewster, Mass. : Paraclete Press, 2013.
Rev. ed.: The life of St. Patrick and his place in history, 1905.
First printing this format.
Includes bibliographical references (page 199-201) and index.
Physical description: 205 pages : illustrations, map ; 19 cm
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