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valentina mangione - Erectus - 50 Punti
ragazzi ciao vi kideo un grandissimo favore mi servirebbe un breve riassunto sulla questione irlandese e sul george orweell fatto in inglese mi serve urgentemente mi potreste aiutare??? rsp subitooo grazieeeeeeeeeeeeee

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grazie milleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :) ma una cosa sapreste farmi un riassunto su popper??? che e un filosofo??? xkè nn ci riescooo =( e lunedi la mia prof mi interroga x favore rsp grazieeeeeeeeeeeeee ankoraaaa
GrazyKal - Ominide - 2 Punti

Uuuuh ho fatto questo argomento ad un esame *-*

In 1823 an enterprising Catholic lawyer, Daniel O'Connell started later called the Liberator, founded the Repeal Association campaigned for the abolition (Repeal) Act of Union, and the Catholic Emancipation. O'Connell, a man of law, repudiated the use of force and led his country through many meetings which took part in huge masses of people (those monster meetings were in fact), the emancipation was finally granted in 1829, but did not get the repeal of the Act of Union.
In 1845 Ireland was hit by the Great Famine (An Gort Mór in Gaelic), or the Great Famine, which struck the harvest of potatoes, the staple food for most of the population. A considerable proportion of the population died, another great piece left the country giving rise to one of the most significant migrations in history: millions of refugees embarked for America and Britain, often on so-called coffin ships (floating Bare) not suitable for boats to sail the Atlantic Ocean and caused a high number of deaths. Among the dead and the Great Famine emigrants carried the Irish population by about 8 to about 4.4 million people in 1911.
This tragic event greatly influenced the subsequent history of Ireland and especially undermining relations with the British. It is in fact far more widely among the population that the Great Famine could be curbed or even prevented by the British government as had previously been in England for a famine on the wheat harvest.
In 1848 a small organization Irish Republican Youth (Young Irelanders) attempted rebellion against British rule. The attempt to revolt coincided with the peak of the famine, he found little support from a population now crippled and ended in a skirmish of little importance called "battle of the cabbage field widow McCormack" (Battle of Widow McCormack's Cabbage Patch ).
Another effect of the famine was to cause unprecedented wave of migration directly to Canada, the United States, England, Scotland and to a lesser extent, to Australia. As a result of political tensions between the U.S. and Britain caused by this organization for some diaspora born Irish emigrants.
Of 1858 is the foundation of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (Irish Republican Brotherhood - IRB) whose members were better known as the Fenians, a secret organization that targeted the armed uprising against the British. The support organization, founded in New York and called Clan na Gael, was responsible for several raids in the province of British Canada. Despite an extensive presence in rural parts of Ireland the Fenians attempted revolt of 1867 failed and was easily suppressed by the British police. In the face of anti-insurgency strict internal support to the independence movement was very moderate, nationalist rallies ended with the anthem "God Save the Queen and royal visits catalyze jubilant crowds.
However, the British imported to Ireland several models and many more, especially in the nineteenth century there was an important event in addition to the Great Famine that still strongly influences the cultural aspect of Irish life: in fact, the National School was created with the introduction of 'Teaching of English, which not long ran the Gaelic.

George Orwell

George Orwell, pen name of Eric Arthur Blair, was a British writer and journalist.
Known as the political and cultural beliefs, but also well-known novelist, Orwell is one of the English-language essayists of the twentieth century more widely appreciated. It is probably best known for two novels written towards the end of his life in the forties, from the political allegory Animal Farm and 1984, which describes a totalitarian dystopia so vividly from having given birth to the adjective "Orwellian ", now widely used to describe totalitarian mechanisms of thought control.
Orwell always led his literary work in parallel with that of journalist and political activist. He was and always remained, but the Marxist-inspired awareness, even after a tragic personal experiences, contradictions and errors of communism in the Soviet Union under Stalin made ​​him to be anti-Soviet and anti-Stalinist, thus clashing with a substantial part of European left. In 1946 Orwell wrote of himself: "Every line of every serious work that I have written since 1936 in this section has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism, the way I see it."

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