Words to Shape My Name

In 1857, Harriet Small is given her father's True Narrative of his life - his escape from slavery in America and his journey into the heart of revolutionary Ireland. The story of Tony Small and Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Words to Shape My Name is about hope, failure, resilience, and narrative - an adventure of great intelligence and awareness.

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