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Luke Delmege 1901

Author : Patrick Augustine Sheehan
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

Bulletin

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Consists of "accessions" and "books in foreign languages".

Catholic Nationalism In The Irish Revival

Author : R. Fleischmann
ISBN : 9780230374423
Genre : History
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Canon Sheehan's writings provide valuable insight into Ireland's difficult process of cultural reconstruction after independence. This astute observer of Irish society was pessimistic about the future of religion. Though himself a man of European culture, he made a case for isolationism to become reality under the Free State. It is a case which today is easily scorned - but his work allows us to understand why it could command such support, and to appreciate its relative historical justification.

No Bland Facility

Author : Peter Connolly
ISBN : UOM:39015024765060
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Connolly greatly influenced recent Irish thought and policy. As the only selection of his writing available, this offers a unique overview of his work. An excellent reference for Anglo-Irish scholars and those interested in Irish sociology.

The Cambridge Companion To The Irish Novel

Author : John Wilson Foster
ISBN : 0521679966
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the perfect overview of the Irish novel from the seventeenth century to the present day.

The Bibliography Of Regional Fiction In Britain And Ireland 1800 2000

Author : Keith D. M. Snell
ISBN : 9781351894012
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Pioneering and interdisciplinary in nature, this bibliography constitutes a comprehensive list of regional fiction for every county of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England over the past two centuries. In addition, other regions of a usually topographical or urban nature have been used, such as Birmingham and the Black Country; London; The Fens; the Brecklands; the Highlands; the Hebrides; or the Welsh border. Each entry lists the author, title, and date of first publication. The geographical coverage is encompassing and complete, from the Channel Islands to the Shetlands. An original introduction discusses such matters as definition, bibliographical method, popular readerships, trends in output, and the scholarly literature on regional fiction.

Easter 1916

Author : Charles Townshend
ISBN : 9780141902760
Genre : History
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Before Easter 1916 Dublin had been a city much like any other British city, comparable to Bristol or Liverpool and part of a complex, deep-rooted British world. Many of Dublin's inhabitants wanted to weaken or terminate London's rule but there remained a vast and conflicting range of visions of that future: far more immediate was the unfolding disaster of the First World War that had put 'home rule' issues on ice for the duration. The devastating events of that Easter changed everything. Both the rising itself and-even more significantly-the ferocious British response ended any sense at all that Dublin could be anything other than the capital of an independent country, as an entire nation turned away in revulsion from the British artillery and executions. As we approach the 90th anniversary of the rebellion it is time for a new account of what really happened over those fateful few days. What did the rebels actually hope to achieve? What did the British think they were doing? And how were the events really interpreted by ordinary people across Ireland? Vivid, authoritative and gripping, Easter 1916 is a major work.

The Stanford Companion To Victorian Fiction

Author : John Sutherland
ISBN : 0804718423
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An engaging guide to a rich literary heritage, The Stanford Companion presents a fascinating parade of novels, authors, publishers, editors, reviewers, illustrators, and periodicals that created the culture of Victorian fiction. Its more than 6,000 alphabetical entries provide an incomparable range of useful and little-known source material, its scholarship enlivened by the author's wit and candor.

The Longman Companion To Victorian Fiction

Author : John Sutherland
ISBN : 9781317863328
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With over 900 biographical entries, more than 600 novels synopsized, and a wealth of background material on the publishers, reviewers and readers of the age the Longman Companion to Victorian Fiction is the fullest account of the period's fiction ever published. Now in a second edition, the book has been revised and a generous selection of images have been chosen to illustrate various aspects of Victorian publishing, writing, and reading life. Organised alphabetically, the information provided will be a boon to students, researchers and all lovers of reading. The entries, though concise, meet the high standards demanded by modern scholarship. The writing - marked by Sutherland's characteristic combination of flair, clarity and erudition - is of such a high standard that the book is a joy to read, as well as a definitive work of reference.

Anglo Irish Literature

Author : A. Norman Jeffares
ISBN : 9781349168552
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The works of many Anglo-Irish writers are familiar to us. English literature has often been dominated by Irish writers who wrote in English. In this highly entertaining and informative book, Professor Jeffares surveys the whole range of one of the richest literary traditions from its beginnings in the Middle Ages to the modern period. The earlier writing is discussed chronologically, but the great wealth of writing in the last century is discussed in genres: poetry, fiction and drama. The writers are set in their social and political context. Not only are the works of major writers from Swift to Beckett surveyed, but the work of minor and neglected writers such as Charled Maturin, Lady Morgan and Emily Lawless, is bought to the fore. This is a book to help students to a great understanding of the subject. To this end a chronological table, bibliographies and photographs have been included. It is also a book for all those who have enjoyed reading the poems of Yeats, the plays of Shaw or the novels of Joyce.

Annual Report

Author : Glasgow (Scotland). Corporation Public Libraries. Stirling's Library
ISBN : UIUC:30112033737542
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Quarterly Bulletin

Author : Berkshire Athenaeum and Museum
ISBN : UOM:39015081204904
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The Transformation Of Ireland 1900 2000

Author : Diarmaid Ferriter
ISBN : 9781847650818
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A ground-breaking history of the twentieth century in Ireland, written on the most ambitious scale by a brilliant young historian. It is significant that it begins in 1900 and ends in 2000 - most accounts have begun in 1912 or 1922 and largely ignored the end of the century. Politics and political parties are examined in detail but high politics does not dominate the book, which rather sets out to answer the question: 'What was it like to grow up and live in 20th-century Ireland'? It deals with the North in a comprehensive way, focusing on the social and cultural aspects, not just the obvious political and religious divisions.

Prostitution And Irish Society 1800 1940

Author : Maria Luddy
ISBN : 9780521709057
Genre : History
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The first book to tackle the controversial history of prostitution in modern Ireland.

Co Operative Bulletin

Author : Pratt Institute. Free Library
ISBN : CHI:098373594
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Bulletin

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Catholic Fiction And Social Reality In Ireland 1873 1922

Author : James H. Murphy
ISBN : 0313301883
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Explores the outlook of certain important classes in late 19th- and early 20th-century Ireland through an assessment of Irish Catholic fiction.

A L A Catalog

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Quarterly Bulletin Of The Providence Public Library

Author : Providence Public Library (R.I.)
ISBN : OSU:32435053109161
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Irish Novelists And The Victorian Age

Author : James H. Murphy
ISBN : 9780199596997
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This text is a comprehensive study of fiction written by Irish authors during the Victorian age. James Murphy analyses the development of the novel in Ireland and examines the work of authors including William Carleton, Charles Lever, Somerville and Ross, and Bram Stoker in the social and literary contexts of their times.

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