John Lynch and Renaissance Humanism in Stuart Ireland: Catholic Intellectuals, Protestant Noblemen, and the Irish Respublica

@article{Campbell2010JohnLA,
  title={John Lynch and Renaissance Humanism in Stuart Ireland: Catholic Intellectuals, Protestant Noblemen, and the Irish Respublica},
  author={Ian W. S. Campbell},
  journal={{\'E}ire-Ireland},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={27 - 40}
}
Irish from his nurse; schools that taught first English, then Latin and some Greek; rarely out of sight of sea and ships; colleges that worked in Latin and French; a merchant-lawyer’s dinner table in English but church duties, scholarly friendship, and research in Irish; gunfire, plague, and political preaching; long exile, more church duties, and a nobleman’s dinner table, this time in French, furious writing in Latin throughout. Books defending the Irish kingdom; two books for a committee of… Expand
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