Little Stories

Little Prints


Margaret Irwin West

 I grew up at a time when Michael Collins had been completely

“written out” of the history books except as a failed negociator.

Having beem born in India, where my Roscommon-born father worked as a civil servant all his life, I think of how India won her

Independance peacefully. It took a very long time and much


I dare to wonder, if Michael Collins had not died, would he, perhaps,

have proved to be our Ghandhi”?

'Bullets Draw Blood', Etching
This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now