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  1. Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive (New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature)
  2. The Best of Myles (John F. Byrne Irish Literature Series) by Flann O'Brien, 1999-08-01
  3. Literature and the Irish Famine 1845-1919 (Oxford Historical Monographs) by Melissa Fegan, 2002-10-03
  4. The Field Day Anthology of Literature Vols. IV and V: Irish Women's Writing and Traditions (Vol IV/V)
  5. An Anthology of Irish Literature (Vol. 2) by Richard Greene, 1985-10-01
  6. Repossessions: Selected Essays on the Irish Poetic Heritage (Literature) by Sean O'Tuama, 1995-12
  7. Balcony of Europe (Irish Literature Series) by Aidan Higgins, 2010-01-26
  8. James Joyce and Modernism: Beyond Dublin (Studies in Irish Literature (Lewiston, N.Y.), V. 2.) by Morton P. Levitt, 2000-05
  9. Early Irish literature by Eleanor Knott, 1967
  10. Ancient Irish Poetry (Literature & Criticism) by Kuno Meyer, 1998-02
  11. Twentieth-Century Irish Literature (Readers' Guides to Essential Criticism) by Aaron Kelly, 2008-08-05
  12. The Culture of Joyce's Ulysses (New Directions in Irish & Irish American Literature) by R. Brandon Kershner, 2010-12-21
  13. Irish Myths And Legends by Lady Gregory, 1999-02-25
  14. Irish Times: Temporalities of Modernity (Field Day Files) by David Lloyd, 2008-10-31

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Finding Irish literature on the Internet should be exciting, not exhausting! Handpicked links to Irish writers, journals, poetry, fiction and more.
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Of soggy peat, the curt cuts of an edge
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26. The Politics Of Irish Literature By Malcolm Brown (Chapter 14)
Chapter Fourteen from Malcolm Brown's classic study of Irish literature The Politics of Irish Literature.
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I N THE TWELVE All these facts were general knowledge. At one end of the spectrum, Dr. Cullen, recently made Ireland's first cardinal, wrote an American bishop just at this time: "The Fenians are not all so strong as they were last year." At the opposite end, Devoy, who to the end of his life thought it shameful not to have risen in February 1866, argued that a rising in February 1867 was "foredoomed." The new Fenian directory was not deterred by these judgments, but pressed forward toward immediate insurrection, come what might, and even with the certainty of losing. Devoy in jail got a message from the high command: "The fight will be in about three weeks, but we'll be badly beaten." II The surprise of the insurrection was not that it was so weak, but that it had occurred at all. Why did the leaders call the men out? Why did the men respond? Even if Massey was a provocateur, it seems doubtful that provocation was required to set the directory in motion. Captain MacCafferty, for one, needed no urging. He was made ofthe same stuff as Tolstoy's Dolokhov, a killer never quite himself unless he could smell burning gunpowder. But Kelly, the commander in chief, appears to have believed that the blow on Irish soil would open the way for some form of American diplomatic support. He had stationed men in Washington to call on President Andrew Johnson with a demand for recognition at the cabled news of the first shot, and he was crushed by the report that Johnson had discourteously turned them away.

27. Irish Resistance Books
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    Collection of poetry by British and Irish women written between 1789, the onset of the French Revolution, and 1832, the passage of the Reform Act, a period traditionally known in English literary history as the Romantic period. Features a browsable list of authors.
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    Subjects: english poetry, irish literature, women writers

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    33. Irish Literature -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Irish literature, the body of written works produced by the Irish. This article discusses Irish literature written in English from about 1690; its history is closely linked
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    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. 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-English, which lends a distinctive syntax and music to the literature written in it.
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    Do Faillsigud T na B C ailnge The Recovery of the Tale of the Cattle Raid of Cooley De Gab il in tS da How Oengus Won the Brugh De Chopur in d Muccida
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    Manuscripts Gaeilge English Lebar na Nachongbla (abbreviation: LL) The Book of Leinster Lebor na nUidre (abbreviation: LU) The Book of the Dun Cow Leabhar Baile an Mhota (abbreviation: LB) The Book of Ballymote Leabhar Mr Mhic Fhir Bhisigh (abbreviation: Lec) The Great Book of Lecan Leabhar Buidhe Lecain (abbreviation: YBL) The Yellow Book of Lecan Leabhar Feirmoithe (abbreviation: F) The Book of Fermoy/The Book of Roche Leabhar Mig Shamhradhin/Dunaire MagShamhradhain The Book of Magauran Leabhar Eadhra The Book of O'Hara Leabar Chailln/Leabar Fidhnacha The Book of Fenagh The Mythological Cycle Lebor Gabla renn (LL) The Book of Invasions (LL) Do Flathiusaib Hrend The Roll of the Kings : (LL) Lebor Bretnach The Book of Britain (Irish Nennius) "...feraid cath fri clannaib Nemid..." The Invasion of Nemed Cath Maige Tuired Cunga The First Battle of Magh Turedh Cath Maige Tuired The Second Battle of Magh Turedh Tuath De Danand na set soim ... The Satire of Cairpre upon Bres Oidheadh Chloinne Tuireann The Fate of the Children of Turenn Tochomlod mac Miledh a hEspain i nErind The Progress of the Sons of Mil from Spain to Ireland (How the Dagda Got His Magic Staff) How the Dagda Got His Magic Staff De Gabil in t-Sda How Oengus Won the Brugh Tochmarc taine (LU) The Wooing of Etain Togail Bruidne Da Derga The Destruction of Da Derga's Hostel Aislinge enguso The Dream of Oengus The House of Oengus mac Og Oidheadh Chloinne Lir The Fate of the Children of Lir Altram Tige D Medar
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    Irish Literature Information, Facts, and Links at eNotes Ireland has produced some of the Western world’s most acclaimed writers James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, George
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    James M. Cahalan. Modern Irish Literature and Culture A Chronology. G. K. Hall. 1992. 374pp. Joe Cleary. Literature, Partition and the NationState Culture and Conflict in
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    40. Irish Literature Definition Of Irish Literature In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Irish literature see Gaelic literature Gaelic literature, literature in the native tongue of Ireland and Scotland. Since Scots Gaelic became separate from Irish Gaelic only in
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