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The Irish Review Issue 5
The Irish Review Issue 5


 
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Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 1988
Pages: 164
Size: 250 x 170mm

ISBN: 9781859180655
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An Englishman Considers his Passport 1
Bernard Crick

The Limits of Britishness 11
Jennifer Todd

Culture and Colonisation: View from the North 17
John Wilson Foster

The Idiocy of Irish Rural Live Reviewed 27
Patrick Sheeran

Town and Village in Ireland: a socio-cultural perspective 34
Kevin Whelan

Connolly and Connollyism: the making of a myth 44
Austen Morgan

The Political Turn in Criticism 56
Denis Donoghue

Folkore in Irish Studies 68
Gearóid Ó Crualaioch and Diarmuid Ó Giolláin

Putting on the International Style 75
Edna Longley

Cataloguing Twelve Fenian Novels 82
Thomas McCarthy

Literature as Celebration: Four Papers from the International Writers' Conference
Luisa Valenzuela 86
Tadeusz Rosewicz 89
Adam Czerniawski 92
Yehuda Amichai 95

Poem 99
Michael Donaghy

Finula's Final 101
John McGrail

Translation 104
John McGrail

Poem 105
Roz Cowman

Poem 106
Greagóir Dúill

Book Reviews

JOHN WHYTE
Frank Wright: Northern Ireland: a Comparative Analysis 107

RICHARD DUNPHY
Austen Morgan: James Connolly: A Political Biography 109

THOMAS DOCHERTY
Seamus Heaney: The Government of the Tongue 112

AIDAN HIGGINS
Bernard MacLaverty: The Great Profundo and Other Stories
John Montague: The Lost Notebook 116

MARY MONTAUE
The Blackstaff Book of Short Stories
Peter Hollywood: Jane Alley
Deirdre Madden: The Birds of the Innocent Wood
Aidan Mathews: Adventures in a Bathyscope
Melissa Murray: Changelings
Éilísis Ni Dhuibhne: Blood and Water
Glenn Patterson: Burning Your Own 118

GER FITZGIBBON
Daniel J. Murphy (ed.): Lady Gregory's Journals, Vol. 2 120

PATRICK RAMSEY
Medbh McGuckian: On Ballycastle Beach
Peter Sirr: Talk Talk
Michael Coady: Oven Land
A. A. Kelly, ed., Pillars of the House 122

TERENCE BROWN
Katie O'Donovan: Irish Women Writer
Anthony Cronin: Art for the People
Ferdia MacAnna: Bald Head, A Cancer Story
Michael O'Loughlin: Frank Ryan
Fintan O'Toole: The Southern Question
Colm Toibin: Martyrs and Metaphors 126

TOM CLYDE
Desmond Hogan: Lebanon Lodge
George O'Brien: Village of Longing 129

CLAIR WILLS
David Cairns and Shaun Richards: Writing Ireland 131

TERENCE KILLEEN C.
George Sandulescu: The Language of the Devil 133

KATHY McCARDLE
Ulf Dantanus: Brian Friel. A Study
Fintan O'Toole: The Politics of Magic 135

JOSEPH LONG
Helena Sheehan: Irish Television Drama 139

ROIBÉRD Ó hÚRDAIL
P. Ó Riagáin: Language Planning in Ireland
L. Mac Mathúna: Pobal na Gaeilge 141

MICHELLE O'RIORDAN
J. R. R Adams: The Printed Word and the Common Man 145

JIM SMITH
Gerard O'Brien: Anglo-Irish Politics in the Age of Grattan and Pitt 146

CLARE O'HALLORAN
Patricia Boyne: John O'Donovan
C.C. Ellison: The Hope Traveller
David Dickson (ed.): The Gorgeous Mass
Peter Somerville-Large: Dublin 147

ANDREW GAILEY
Eunan O'Halpin: The Decline of the Union 149

MICHAEL LAFFAN
Peter Brooke: Ulster Presbyterianism
Robert A. Crawford: Loyal to King Billy
Philip Orr: The Road to the Somme
Tom Clyde (ed.): Ancestral Voices 151

FRANK BARRY
P. J. Emerson: What an Extraordinary Title for a Travel Book 153

KEITH JEFFERY
Stephen Hartley: The Irish Question as a Problem in British Foreign Policy, 1914-18 154

PAURIC TRAVERS
Tom Garvin: Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland 1858-1928 156

Notes on Contributors 159


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