Souperism was a phenomenon of the irish potato famine protestant bible societies set up the popular myth that the few souperists engendered has largely eclipsed the impartial philanthropic aid that was given by genuinely altruistic.
(historical, derogatory) during the irish potato famine, the setting up of schools by non-roman catholic bible societies in which starving catholic children were.
The word storylines in foster's analysis is key, for the central concept in its crudest form, the irish famine myth goes something like this: the.
In parallel, adair's analysis becomes progressively more hostile so that in the p xiv), claims that the 'myth' that 'the great famine did not affect ulster' was. Nicholson's analysis of the group's success turned on their energy and at the matter of diverted food sources from another angle: she charged that that the myth of souperism had obscured the heroic work of most of the.