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The Irish Review Issues 17-18
The Irish Review Issues 17-18


 
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Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 1995
Pages: 232
Size: 250 x 170mm

ISBN: 9781859182185
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150: Queen's Colleges
The Politics of Commemoration
Tom Dunne 1
Queen's College Cork: Beginnings
John A. Murphy 8
Queen's Belfast: Student Life in Peace and War 1923-1949
B.M. Walker and A. McCreary 21
'A Foreign Oasis'?: English Literature, Irish studies and Queen's University Belfast
Edna Longley 26
Across the Shannon: Experiences of Galway
Lorna Reynolds 40
Metropolitan and Provincial Criticism: Some Thoughts
Éibhear Walshe 47
An Ghaeilge i gColáiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh 1845-1995
Neil Buttimer 51

150: Poetry
Green Gown
Paul Muldoon 66
Ode to UCC
Thomas McCarthy 68
A Race Night Reflection in the University City of Galway, 1970
Michael D. Higgins 69

The Famine
Spectres of the Famine
Chris Morash 74
'Pictures drawn from memory': William Carleton's Experience of Famine
Sophia Hillan King 80
The Famine in Gaelic Tradition
Antain Mac Lochlainn 90
The Famine in the Strokestown Park House Archive
Susan Hood 109

Science in Ireland
Irish Science and Technology: The Changing Role of the Universities
G. T. Wrixon 118
'Lords of Ether and of Light: The Irish Astronomical Tradition of the Nineteenth Century
Nicholas Whyte 127

Memory and Forgetting
The Ireland of de Valera and O'Faoláin
John Banville 142
Memory and Acknowledgement
Michael Longley 153
Balance and the Frameworks
Arthur Aughey 160

Reviews
JOEP LEERSSEN
Terry Eagleton: Heathcliff and the Great Hunger: Studies in Irish Culture 167
CHRIS MORASH
R. Dudley Edwards and T. Desmond Williams, (eds.): The Great Famine: Studies in Irish History 175
Christine Kinealy: This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine 1845-52
Cathal Póirtéir (ed.) The Great Irish Famine: The Thomas Davis Lecture Series
JOHN CRONIN
W.J. McCormack: From Burke to Beckett: Ascendancy, Tradition and Betrayal in Literary History 180
Otto Rauchbauer: The Edith Oenone Somerville Archive in Drishane: A Catalogue and an Evaluative Essay
JOSEPH McMINN
Keith Hopper: Flann O'Brien: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Post-Modernist 185
MICHAEL ALLEN
Paul Muldoon: The Annals of Chile 187
DAVID WHEATLEY
Trevor Joyce: Stone Floods 191
Leon McAuley: Veronica
Maurice Riordan: A Word from the Loki
NEIL MURPHY
John Banville: Athena 195
GILLIAN MacINTOSH
Eamon Phoenix: Northern Nationalism: Nationalist Politics, Partition and the Catholic Minority in Northern Ireland 197
Mary Harris: The Catholic Church and the Foundation of the Northern Irish State
MARIE-LOUISE LEGG
Margaret O'Callaghan: British High Politics and a Nationalist Ireland: Criminality, Land and the Law under Forster and Balfour 201
PATRICK MAUME
Arthur Mitchell: Revolutionary Government in Ireland: Dail Eireann 1919-1922 204
Dermot Keogh: Twentieth-Century Ireland: Nation and State
MARIA LUDDY
Thomas P. Power: Land, Politics and Society in Eighteenth-Century Ireland 206
DAVID STEVENS
C.D.A. Leighton: Catholicism in a Protestant Kingdom: A Study of the Irish Ancien Régime
Oliver P. Rafferty: Catholicism in Ulster 1603-1983 208
John O'Brien: Seeds of a New Church
Brian Lennon: After the Ceasefires: Catholics and the Future of Northern Ireland
Joseph Dunn: No Lions in the Hierarchy: An Anthology of Sort
NORMAN VANCE
Paul Bew, Peter Gibbon and Henry Patterson: Northern Ireland 1921-1994: Political Forces and Social Classes 214
D. George Boyce, Robert Eccleshall and Vincent Geoghegan (eds): Political Thought in Ireland since the Seventeenth Century
MICHAEL LAVER
Richard Sinnott: Irish Voters Decide: Voting Behaviour in Elections and Referendums since 1918 217
ANTAIN Mac LOCHLAINN Alan Titley: An Fear Dána 219
GEARÓID DENVIR
Éamon Ó Ciosáin: An t-Éireannach, 1934-1937 220

Photographs of UCC Reproduced from Sean Dunne, The College: a Photographic History of University College Cork (Cork University Press).
Those of Queen's, Belfast reproduced from Brian Walker and Alf McCreary, Degrees of Excellence: The Story of Queen's, Belfast 1845-1995 (Institute of Irish Studies, QUB).


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