|LC Classifications||HD8393.L3 F6 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||57037865|
Jim Larkin is the author of Books for Oliver ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Three Bags Full ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 revie /5(3). It is this dual legacy Emmet O’Connor addresses in Big Jim Larkin: Hero or Wrecker? The title sells the book short because O’Connor does far more than present a balance sheet of Larkin. Jim Larkin’s life has a biblical quality to it. In , he was likened to the prophet Isaiah, threatening the complacent Dublin bourgeoisie with destruction. In the s, he compared himself to Ishmael, shunned by the labour movement just as the Abraham’s son had . Big Jim Larkin: Hero or Wrecker? by Emmet O’Connor (UCD Press, €) This is an important book by a historian who follows the evidence where it leads, ‘let the chips fall where they may’. The work is marked by extensive research.
J ames Connolly said of "Big" Jim Larkin, his colleague in the labour movement: "We have amongst us a man of genius, of splendid vitality, great in his conceptions, magnificent in his courage." George Bernard Shaw described him as "the greatest Irishman since Parnell." In , Constance Markievicz said of Larkin: "Sitting there, listening to Larkin, I realised that I was in the presence of. View the profiles of people named Jim Larkin. Join Facebook to connect with Jim Larkin and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. Big Jim Larkin book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Much has been written about 'Big Jim' Larkin but, remarkably, this is the f 5/5(1). Writer, fresh thinker, copy creative director. Understands your brand voice, or gives you one. Establishes smart conversations with your clients and customers. Meets creative goals strategically, business goals imaginatively. Syncs messages with images. Sees the big picture. Makes you memorable.
Big Jim Larkin: Hero and Wrecker Published in 18thth Century Social Perspectives, , 20th Century Social Perspectives, 20th-century / Contemporary History, Features, Issue 4 . Big Jim, though, isn’t let off the hook either. In a less virtuous Larkin, marooned on the other side of the pond, was consumed by jealousy for Connolly. JIM LARKIN, JOHN BOHEN. GEORGE BURKE. Rand this on to some other Employee only. DOYLE, Trade Union Printer, 13 Stafford Street, Dublin. (Irish Paper. wo*k30u' wbuld s*órk tdgethëõin a spinöof Gorhrådeship; there was tÔ be no; offensivev language to be File Size: 2MB. Divine discontent: Jim Larkin, Irish trade union strike leader and creator of Larkinism. Original Artwork: By Turner and Drinkwater from The Illustrated London News, published in