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The Irish Review Issue 12
The Irish Review Issue 12


 
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Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 1992
Pages: 196
Size: 250 x 170mm

ISBN: 9781859182130
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New Histories
New Histories: beyond 'Revisionism'
Tom Dunne 1
The Power of Place
Kevin Whelan 13
Women's History, Feminist History, or Gender History?
Clíona Murphy 21
Recovering the Voices of the Women of the North
Catherine B. Shannon 27
Irish Archaeology Today: A Poverty Amongst Riches
Peter Woodman 34
Irish Jacobite Poetry
Breandán Ó Buachalla 40
Anthology as History: The Field Day Anthology of Irish Literature
Kevin Barry 50
1641, 1689, 1690 and All That: The Unionist Sense of History
Brian Walker 56
Old History: Protestant Ulster in Lee's Ireland
Graham Walker 65
The Fate of 'Identity': John Hewitt, W.R. Rodgers and Louis MacNeice
Peter McDonald 72
'Making History' in Ireland in the 1940s and 1950s: the Saga of The Great Famine
Cormac Ó Gráda 87
Emily Brontͫ and the Great Hunger
Terry Eagleton 108

Politics

The Left and Eastern Europe
Neal Ascherson 121

Poetry

Pangur Eile
Tom McIntyre 129
Four Poems
Catherine Phil MacCarthy 131
Six Poems
Michael Longley 135
A Jail Journal
John Goodby 137

Reviews

JOHN A. MURPHY
Garret Fitzgerald: All in a Life: An Autobiography 139

STEVEN ELLIS
Mary O'Dowd: Power, Politics and Land: Early Modern Sligo 1568-1688 141

DAVID JOHNSON
Andy Bielenberg: Cork's Industrial Revolution 1780-1800: Development or Decline? 143

RENEE PRENDERGAST
T.A. Boylan and T.P. Foley: Political Economy and Colonial Ireland 145

JOANNA BOURKE
John O'Brien and Pauric Travers (eds): The Irish Emigrant Experience in Australia
Eric Richards (ed): Poor Australian Immigrants in the Nineteenth Century 147

GED MARTIN
Edward Byrne (ed Frank Callanan): Parnell: A Memoir
D. George Boyce and Alan O'Day (eds): Parnell in Perspective
Donal McCartney (ed): Parnell: the Politics of Power
J.B. Lyons: 'What Did I Die Of?': the Deaths of Parnell, Wilde, Synge, and Other Literary Pathologies 150

EUNAN O'HALPIN
John D. Brewer: The Royal Irish Constabulary: an Oral History
Elizabeth Muenger: The British Military Dilemma in Ireland Occupation Politics, 1886-1914 153

JAMES D. YOUNG
Richard Pankhurst: William Thompson (1775-1833): Pioneer Socialist 156

JOHN DARBY
John Brewer, with Kathleen Magee: Inside the RUC
Bill Rolston (ed): The Media and Northern Ireland 158

RICHARD KIRKLAND
John Wilson Foster: Colonial Consequences: Essays in Irish Literature and Culture
Tom Paulin: Minotaur: Poetry and the Nation State 161

IAN DUHIG
Frank Ormsby (ed): The Collected Poems of John Hewitt
Paul Durcan: Crazy about Women 165
M.A.G. Ó TUATHAIGH
Gerald Dawe and John Wilson Foster (eds): The Poet's Place: Ulster Literature and Society 170

KATE NEWMANN
Medbh McGuckian: Marconi's Cottage
Paula Meehan: The Man Who Was Marked by Winter 173

PETER DENMAN
Gerald Dawe: How's the Poetry Going? Literary Politics and Ireland Today
Peter McDonald: Louis MacNeice: The Poet in His Contexts
Antoinette Quinn: Patrick Kavanagh: Born-Again Romantic 175

JOHN GOODBY
Ian Duhig: The Bradford Count
Gerald Dawe: Sunday School
Eavan Boland: Outside History
Brendan Kennelly: The Book of Judas 179

EAMONN HUGHES
Maurice Craig: The Elephant and the Polish Question
John Boyd: The Middle of My Journey
Max Wright: Told in Gath 185

Among our Contributors 188


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