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  1. Riot and Great Anger: Stage Censorship in Twentieth-Century Ireland (Irish Studies in Literature and Culture) by Joan Fitzpatrick Dean, 2010-04-29
  2. Everything Irish: The History, Literature, Art, Music, People, and Places of Ireland, from A to Z by Lelia Ruckenstein, James O'Malley, 2005-03-01
  3. The Celtic West and Europe: Studies in Celtic Literature and the Early Irish Church by Doris Edel, 2001-05-21
  4. The Irish Writer and the World by Declan Kiberd, 2005-09-19
  5. A Concise Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Drama (Concise Companions to Literature and Culture)
  6. The Cambridge Companion to the Irish Novel (Cambridge Companions to Literature) by John Wilson Foster, 2006-12-25
  7. The McGraw-Hill Guide to English Literature: William Blake to D.H. Lawrence by Karen Lawrence, Betsy Seifter, et all 1985-02
  8. The Romantic Period (The Penguin History of Literature)
  9. Irish Literature: A Reader (Irish Studies) by Maureen O'Rourke Murphy, James MacKillop, 1987-08
  10. A Companion to Irish Literature (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Julia M. Wright, 2010-12-14
  11. Irish Blessings: With Legends, Poems & Greetings by Kitty Nash, 1983
  12. A Colder Eye: The Modern Irish Writers by Hugh Kenner, 1989-04-01
  13. Modern Irish Drama: W. B. Yeats to Marina Carr (Irish Studies) by Sanford Sternlicht, 2010-08-31
  14. Critical Approaches to Anglo-Irish Literature by Michael Allen, 1989-08-15

41. Irish Literature - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Irish
Early Irish literature, in Gaelic, consists of the sagas, which are mainly in prose, and a considerable body of verse. The chief cycles are that of Ulster, which deals with the
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42. Irish Literature - Irish Culture
Irish Literature at Irish Culture Book Reviews and reminders of books once read. A title, an author, and all about Ireland. Clicking on Amazon links fosters Irish Culture on
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To understand futility, hope, dashed hopes, what does this say about an author. Colm Tibn is remarkable in Brooklyn, where he speaks as a young Irish girl of the 50s who finds herself in America as if by accident. How will she answer when Ireland calls her back? Coole Lady Gregory [offsite link]
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43. Irish Literature From Moytura's Irish Bookshop
Books by Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett as well as studies of Yeats, Joyce and Frank O'Connor, among others.
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44. Irish Literature | Bukisa Topics
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    Witty Quotes From Oscar Wilde
    Oscar Wilde is a famous 19th century Irish dramatist, poet and author. His witty quotes are listed here for the sheer enjoyment of the sharp wit this man possessed.
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45. Irish Literature - Arts & Culture - Dublin.ie
Irish Literature. For a relatively small country, Ireland has made a huge contribution to world literature. Irish poetry has a long and complex history.
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For a relatively small country, Ireland has made a huge contribution to world literature. Irish poetry has a long and complex history. The Irish language has one of the oldest vernacular literature and poetry traditions and represents a more or less unbroken cycle from the 6th century to the present day. Many world famous Irish writers, poets and playwrights were born in Dublin or made Dublin their home. For example, Seamus Heaney, Jonathan Swift, WB Yeats. Yeats was involved in setting up the Abbey Theatre and James Joyce whose world famous “Ulysses” is set in Dublin, remarks on a journey he made around the city.       Among the things to do in Dublin is the choice to find out about famous Irish poets and writers and take a literary tour of the city.

46. The Politics Of Irish Literature By Malcolm Brown (Chapter 1)
Chapter One from Malcolm Brown's classic study of Irish literature The Politics of Irish Literature.
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History and Poetry: Some Irish Paradoxes
L ET US MAKE a list of four names: G. B. Shaw, W. B. Yeats, James Joyce, and D. H. Lawrence. If we asserted that these were the most distinguished writers in the British Isles during the first half of the twentieth century, we would probably not provoke much argument. But what a queer list it is, for three of the four were born in Dublin. A solitary, provincial city, noted in the commercial almanac chiefly as a shipping port for cattle on the hoof why should it have been called upon to supply most of a great nation's prime literary talent? A tentative answer that insinuates itself into our thought is that culture must breed most where most is going on, where the most profound and excruciating issues drive toward resolution. For, if Dublin in the last hundred years was the least opulent city in the British Isles, it was at the same time the most exciting. Indignity, chronic wretchedness, and occasional episodes of the most acute agony made up the permanent norm of Irish life. The corollary was perpetual Irish disaffection, alternately flaring defiantly or sputtering in impotence, but never quite dying away. One hundred years ago Ireland was a minor agrarian nation, poor and defenseless, while England was the most formidable power the world had ever known. There were Irishmen who refused to be overawed. They fell into the habit of defying English authority whenever they believed themselves able. When not, they cried shame in a loud voice upon the political Union binding them to Great Britain and employed the deadly Irish asperity in desecrating the imperial ideal which truebom Englishmen understood to be ordained of God. One hundred years ago this dispute showed no sign of resolution or self-exhaustion, and it was ordinarily classified as "insoluble."

47. Irish Literature
From `Concise History of Ireland' by P. W. Joyce IRISH LITERATURE. From A Concise History of Ireland by P. W. Joyce Irish Language Contents Ecclesiastical Writings
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    From A Concise History of Ireland by P. W. Joyce Contents . There are many passages in ancient writings proving beyond question that there was some form of written literature in Ireland before the advent of Christianity. In the oldest native literature it is expressly stated that the pagan Irish had books, and the statement is corroborated by an extern writer, a Christian philosopher and traveller of the fourth century named Ethicus of Istria; who, in a work he calls his "Topography," tells us that in the course of his travels he crossed over from Spain to Ireland, where he spent some time examining the books written by the native Irish scholars. This was at least a century before the arrival of St. Patrick. . The oldest of all these books of miscellaneous literature is the Lebar-na-Heera , or the Book of the Dun Cow, now in the Royal Irish Academy. It was written by Mailmurri Mac Kelleher, a learned scribe, who died in Clonmacnoise in the year 1106. As it now stands it consists of only 134 folio pages, a mere fragment of the original work. It contains 65 pieces of various kinds, several of which are imperfect on account of missing leaves. There are a number of romantic tales in prose; a copy of the celebrated Amra or elegy on St. Columkille, composed by Dallan Forgaill about the year 592, which no one can yet wholly understand, the language is so ancient and difficult; an imperfect copy of the Voyage of Maildun; and an imperfect copy of the Tain-bo-Quelna with several of the minor tales connected with it.

48. Irish Literature. (Book, 1904) [WorldCat.org]
Get this from a library! Irish literature.. Justin McCarthy; Maurice Francis Egan; Charles Welsh; Douglas Hyde; Gregory, Lady; James Jeffrey Roche;
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49. Irish Literature Information, Irish Literature Reference Articles - FindTarget R
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50. Irish Literature Facebook
Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about Irish literature, a collection of shared knowledge concerning Irish literature.
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52. Medieval Irish Literature
Cath Maige Tuired The Second Battle of Mag Tuired. Edited by Elizabeth A. Gray. Dublin Irish Texts Society, 1982. Series Irish Texts Society (Series) ; v.
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var addthis_pub = 'Medievalist'; Cath Maige Tuired: The Second Battle of Mag Tuired. Edited by Elizabeth A. Gray. Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1982. Series: Irish Texts Society (Series) ; v. 52. A fascinating story, with lots of interesting, useful notes about one of the tales dealing with the early days of the Tuatha de Dannan. Although this is a scholarly edition, complete with introduction, notes and glossary, there is a facing page translation in English of the Irish text. Gray also wrote a series of excellent articles on Cath Maige Tuired in Eigse vols. XVIII-XX 1981-83.
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Cross, Tom Peete. Motif-index of Early Irish Literature. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1952. Series: Indiana University publications. Folklore series, no. 7. Cross uses the Stith-Thompson index of motifs and lists Irish tales in terms of those motifs, including some that are uniquely Irish.
Cross, Tom Peete and Clark Harris Slover.

53. Anglo-Irish Literature: Information From Answers.com
AngloIrish literature , a term used to describe Irish writing in English which helps to distinguish this tradition from English literature and literature in Gaelic. The term
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Home Library Irish Literature Companion Anglo-Irish literature , a term used to describe Irish writing in English which helps to distinguish this tradition from English literature and literature in Gaelic. The term Anglo-Irish was applied increasingly by 19th-cent. historians of the Protestant ascendancy to register growing awareness of the political and social circumstances of British settlers in Ireland. It came into general use as a term to describe Irish writing in English only after the Anglo-Irish had ceased to be the dominant class following the Land War [see Land League ]. Thomas MacDonagh , in Literature in Ireland: Studies Irish and Anglo-Irish (1916), argued that Anglo-Irish literature could express Irish cultural identity, and that the use of Hiberno-English would help further its distinctness. In Anglo-Irish Essays (1917), John

54. Modern Irish Literature Criticism
Modern Irish Literature Criticism and Essays
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55. Irish Literature From Moytura's Irish Bookshop
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56. Irish Literature - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online
Catholic Online Catholic Encyclopedia It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters.
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