Roger Casement, Knight-Errant: A Sketch of Misery
Frang, James Elwood
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After having looked at some of Casement's own writings, some near-impartial evaluations of the question, and many examples of the above-named types of writings, I have noticed in Casement's character a pattern which develops throughout all of the material: his wretched and miserable condition as a human being. Whether he is being discussed by Gael or Briton, his pathetic and pitiful situation is revealed, intended or not. In this paper, I hope to examine and present this side of Casement's humanity.