Hunger - a Dublin story by James Esse

Hunger.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

Hunger - a Dublin story by James Esse

Subject

Irish nationalism; 1916 history; Ireland 20th century history

Description

James Esse was a pen-name used by James Stephens (1880-1950), an Irish writer, poet and playwright. He was part of the Irish literary revival. He contributed essays to "The Irish Citizen" and "The Irish Worker" during the Rebellion.
Hunger is a short story describing the descent of a Dublin family living in the slums into starvation and vividly depicts a capital city still suffering the after effects of the 1913 Lock Out and the 1916 Rising.

Creator

James Esse (also known as James Stephens)

Date

1918

Contributor

Cork County Library

Rights

Reproduction rights reserved

Format

Digitised printed pamphlet

Identifier

Hunger.pdf

Citation

James Esse (also known as James Stephens), “Hunger - a Dublin story by James Esse,” Local Studies Digital Library, accessed August 20, 2018, http://omeka-corkcounty.interleaf.ie/items/show/4923.