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  1. An Introduction to Early Irish Literature by Muireann N¡ Bhrolchain, 2009-10-20
  2. ReJoycing: New Readings of Dubliners (Irish Literature, History, and Culture)
  3. Why Irish? Irish Language and Literature in Academia by Brian O. Conchubhair, 2008-12-01
  4. Irish Writing: An Anthology of Irish Literature in English 1789-1939 (Oxford World's Classics)
  5. An Irish Literature Reader: Poetry, Prose, Drama (Irish Studies)
  6. Early Irish Literature (Celtic Studies) by Myles Dillon, 1994-12
  7. A Short History of Irish Literature by Seamus Deane, 1994-07
  8. Pagan past and Christian present in early Irish literature by Kim McCone, 2000
  9. Irish Literature Since 1800 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Norman Vance, 2002-12-26
  10. Modernism and Colonialism: British and Irish Literature, 1899–1939
  11. The Revival of Irish Literature - Addresses by Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, K.C.M.G, Dr. George Sigerson, and Dr. Douglas Hyde by Charles Gavan Duffy, 2010-07-06
  12. Decolonisation and Criticism: The Construction of Irish Literature (Contemporary Irish Studies) by Gerry Smyth, 1998-09-01
  13. The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Irish Drama (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  14. Irish Literature 1750-1900: An Anthology (Blackwell Anthologies) by Julia M. Wright, 2008-02-15

1. Irish Literature - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Modern literature in Irish This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (November 2008) Irish writing of 8th century For a comparatively small island, Ireland has made a disproportionately large contribution to world literature in all its branches. Irish literature encompasses the Irish and English languages. The island's most widely-known literary works are undoubtedly in English . Particularly famous examples of such works are those of James Joyce Bram Stoker Jonathan Swift Oscar Wilde and Ireland's four winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature William Butler Yeats George Bernard Shaw Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney . Ireland's oldest literary traditions, however, are found in the Irish language , referred to simply as " Irish ". Indeed, Irish has the third oldest literature in Europe (after Greek and Latin and the most significant body of written literature (both ancient and recent) of any Celtic language . Furthermore, the historic influence of

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For other uses, see Modern literature in Irish This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (November 2008) Irish writing of 8th century For a comparatively small island, Ireland has made a disproportionately large contribution to world literature in all its branches. Irish literature encompasses the Irish and English languages. The island's most widely-known literary works are undoubtedly in English . Particularly famous examples of such works are those of James Joyce Bram Stoker Jonathan Swift Oscar Wilde and Ireland's four winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature William Butler Yeats George Bernard Shaw Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney . Ireland's oldest literary traditions, however, are found in the Irish language , referred to simply as " Irish ". Indeed

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Irish literature For a comparatively small country, Ireland has made a disproportionate contribution to world literature in all its branches. The works that are best known outside the country are in English , but Irish Gaelic also has the most significant body of written literature, both ancient and recent, in any Celtic language, in addition to a strong oral tradition of legends and poetry. See also the main article on modern literature in Irish This Irish language tradition has contributed to making Irish literature in English something quite distinctive from English literature in other countries. From the older tradition, Irish writers in English have inherited a sense of wonder in the face of nature, a narrative style that tends towards the deliberately exaggerated or absurd, a keen sense of the power of satire. In addition, the interplay between the two languages has resulted in an English dialect, Hiberno-Irish, that lends a distinctive syntax and music to the literature written in it.

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5. Early Irish Literature - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The earliest Irish authors. It is unclear when literacy first came to Ireland. The earliest Irish writings are inscriptions, mostly simple memorials, on stone in the ogham alphabet
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    It is unclear when literacy first came to Ireland. The earliest Irish writings are inscriptions, mostly simple memorials, on stone in the ogham alphabet, the earliest of which date to the fourth century. The Latin alphabet was in use by 431, when the fifth century Gaulish chronicler Prosper of Aquitaine records that Palladius was sent by Pope Celestine I as the first bishop to the Irish believers in Christ. Pelagius , an influential British heretic who taught in Rome in the early 5th century, fragments of whose writings survive, is said by Jerome to have been of Irish descent. Coelius Sedulius , the 5th century author of the Carmen Paschale , who has been called the "Virgil of theological poetry", was probably also Irish: the 9th century Irish geographer Dicuil calls him noster Sedulius ("our Sedulius"), and the Latin name Sedulius usually translates the Irish name Siadal.

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Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore, and Drama . Reviewed by Mary Bilbrey. Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore, and Drama located at http//www.luminarium.org/mythology
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Irish literature For a comparatively small country, Ireland has made a disproportionate contribution to world literature in all its branches. The works that are best known outside the country are in English , but Irish Gaelic also has the most significant body of written literature, both ancient and recent, in any Celtic language, in addition to a strong oral tradition of legends and poetry. See also the main article on modern literature in Irish This Irish language tradition has contributed to making Irish literature in English something quite distinctive from English literature in other countries. From the older tradition, Irish writers in English have inherited a sense of wonder in the face of nature, a narrative style that tends towards the deliberately exaggerated or absurd, a keen sense of the power of satire. In addition, the interplay between the two languages has resulted in an English dialect, Hiberno-Irish , that lends a distinctive syntax and music to the literature written in it.
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It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may have been through direct commerce with Gaul , but it is more probable, as McNeill has shown in his study of Irish oghams, that it was from the Romanized Britons that they first learned the art of writing. The Italian alphabet , however, was not the first to be employed in Ireland . Whoever the early Irish may have been who first discovered letters, whether from intercourse with Britain or with Gaul , they did not apparently bring either the Latin or the Greek alphabet back with them to Ireland , but they invented an entirely new one of their own, founded with considerable skill upon the Latin ; this was used in very early times by the Irish Celts for inscriptions upon pillars and gravestones. This ogham script, as it is called, consists of lines, straight or slanting, long or short, drawn either over, under, or through a given straight line, which straight line is in lapidary inscriptions usually formed by the angular edge of a rectangular upright stone. Thus, four cuts to the

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News: We came across some strong references to Beckett's play 'Waiting for Godot' in the novel 'Blood Meridian' by Cormac McCarthy, which you can read for yourself here References to Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot in Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian
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Ireland and its long extended history of legends and poetry, oral and manuscript, has made a massive global contribution to both modern and historic literature.
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