Emmet

The story of the Emmet family, of Robert Emmet's career at Trinity College Dublin, and of the tragic rebellion that cost him his life are given in two chapters of Rutherfurd's second Irish book, 'Croppies' and 'Emmet'.




 

 

 

Did You Know?
For centuries, Chinese ladies had their feet bound from childhood, a process that involved breaking their toes and forcing their feet to grow into a shape like a little hoof, on which they would totter.  This was thought to be elegant and alluring.  Poor women who had to work in the fields usually did not have bound feet, nor did the ruling Manchu clans  -  though even the Manchu empress was proud that her feet were naturally tiny.




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