- Driven Patrick Pearse's singular vision
- In his 36 years Patrick Pearse contributed more to Irish society than might be conventionally sufficient to warrant him long-term posthumous attention.
- 1916 collection shows Plunkett love letters and Pearse's family life
- The Irish War News was the brainchild of Patrick Pearse, who wanted to get the message about the rebellion out to the public. He recruited printer Joe Stanley, a well-known republican who published several activist papers and edited The Gael magazine.
- The Patrick Pearse letters: Trouble at St Enda's College
- In later life Pearse was planning how to liberate his country.
- 1916: NLI archive reveals Patrick Pearse's sense of 'playfulness'
- Irish Times; 1 min 58 secs. The National Library of Ireland's digitised archive on Patrick Pearse reflects his life as a politician, a revolutionary, an innovative educator, a family man and a poet. Video: Bryan O'Brien.
- Tom Vaughan-Lawlor plays Pearse in new 1916 drama
- New pictures show Love/Hate star Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as you've never seen him before - playing the part of doomed rebel leader Pádraig Pearse in TV3's new three-part drama Trial of the Century, which will air this spring. The drama imagines what would ...
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